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- n. Plural form of splenetic.
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However, you do seem to be insulting the "splenetics" while at the same time making the case for the big tent?
And of late she had mastered the silly splenetics of childhood.
For nearly two weeks we've been sustained by two-way mega-splenetics about the waste of time and money and about the psychic cost to our families.
But unlike today's professional AM-radio splenetics, he never once receives detailed talking points from a political party.
Certainly, it was the kind of result where one could present one's face to the knockers and the splenetics with '' equamity '' - as Wilson Tuckey had described Turnbull's mood earlier, scattering a stray vowel and a consonant in his enthusiastic reportage.
For example, Platina copies several of Martino’s recipes for “peacock cooked so it seems to be alive,” and then says that “it is a food that digests slowly and is scarcely nourishing; it increases melancholy and is harmful to splenetics, and it is dangerous to the liver.”