ingravescent

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In pathology, increasing in gravity; growing more severe: as, ingravescent apoplexy.

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Examples

  • About two o'clock in the day he complained of a feeling of faintness, said he felt ill and should not recover; and in a few minutes was insensible with symptoms of ingravescent apoplexy.

    John Lothrop Motley. a memoir — Volume 3

  • About two o'clock in the day he complained of a feeling of faintness, said he felt ill and should not recover; and in a few minutes was insensible with symptoms of ingravescent apoplexy.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Works

  • About two o'clock in the day he complained of a feeling of faintness, said he felt ill and should not recover; and in a few minutes was insensible with symptoms of ingravescent apoplexy.

    John Lothrop Motley, A Memoir — Complete

  • About two o'clock in the day he complained of a feeling of faintness, said he felt ill and should not recover; and in a few minutes was insensible with symptoms of ingravescent apoplexy.

    PG Edition of Netherlands series — Complete

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