hypochondriasm love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as hypochondria.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun (Med.), rare Hypochondriasis.

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  • noun hypochondriasis

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Examples

  • Lincoln had, by this time, outgrown the cruder romantic impulses of hisyouth, when, like Bismarck, he read Byron and suffered from “hypochondriasm,” a form of ostentatious melancholy.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • Lincoln had, by this time, outgrown the cruder romantic impulses of hisyouth, when, like Bismarck, he read Byron and suffered from “hypochondriasm,” a form of ostentatious melancholy.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • Lincoln had, by this time, outgrown the cruder romantic impulses of hisyouth, when, like Bismarck, he read Byron and suffered from “hypochondriasm,” a form of ostentatious melancholy.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • Lincoln had, by this time, outgrown the cruder romantic impulses of hisyouth, when, like Bismarck, he read Byron and suffered from “hypochondriasm,” a form of ostentatious melancholy.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • Lincoln had, by this time, outgrown the cruder romantic impulses of hisyouth, when, like Bismarck, he read Byron and suffered from “hypochondriasm,” a form of ostentatious melancholy.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • He regretted with his whole soul having entered the house of the Troyas, and, resolving to employ his time better while his hypochondriasm lasted, he made a tour of inspection through the town.

    Dona Perfecta

  • A famous and witty harlequin of France was overcome with hypochondriasm, and consulted a physician, who, after inquiring about his malady, told his miserable patient, that he knew of no other medicine for him than to take frequent doses of Carlin -- "I am Carlin himself," exclaimed the melancholy man, in despair.

    Literary Character of Men of Genius Drawn from Their Own Feelings and Confessions

  • How are we to describe symptoms which, flowing from one source, yet show themselves in such opposite forms as those of an intermittent fever, a silent delirium, or a horrid hypochondriasm?

    Literary Character of Men of Genius Drawn from Their Own Feelings and Confessions

  • Could one have imagined that the brilliant wit, the luxuriant raillery, and the fine and deep sense of PASCAL, could have combined with the most opposite qualities -- the hypochondriasm and bigotry of an ascetic?

    Literary Character of Men of Genius Drawn from Their Own Feelings and Confessions

  • It is sometimes used by writers who have succeeded in their first work, while the failure of their subsequent productions appears to have given them a literary hypochondriasm.

    Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)

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