Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as toret.

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  • n. French neurologist (1857-1904)

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Examples

  • Orwell did say somewhere (in a character in 1984) that only those at the sharp end could respond with any veracity and that would be in tourette form. on March 24, 2010 at 9: 53 am Metcountymounty

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  • The cold seemed to have caused a temporary tourette syndrome and I couldn't take a chance.

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  • COMYAC, which as an acronym would be a great stock market listing for one of those sub-prime mortgage lenders now in receivership, describes himself which is fortunate because I feel another tourette episode coming on as: I'm a crotchety old guy who enjoys ranting and raving about the injustices of the world.

    A Picture of Me...Naked.

  • Bref pour votre imagination j'avais l'air de souffrir du syndrome de gilles de la tourette.

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  • The #fail tag is considered the tourette syndrom of the net for good reason.

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  • My favorite part is when the rage-o-holics have a fit of tourette, complaining and disrespect the website.

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  • Anime and excessive tourette syndrome--- it's just so cheesy and hilarious.

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  • Anime and excessive tourette syndrome --- it's just so cheesy and hilarious.

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  • Check out the hallmark tv movie - the front of the class ... or you can get the book the front of the class: how tourette syndrome made me the teacher I never had by Brad Cohen.

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  • Check out the hallmark tv movie - the front of the class … or you can get the book the front of the class: how tourette syndrome made me the teacher I never had by Brad Cohen.

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