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  • n. Plural form of vomiting.

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Examples

  • But of all the vomitings, the livid indicates the danger of death, provided it be of a fetid smell.

    The Book Of Prognostics

  • That vomiting is of most service which consists of phlegm and bile mixed together, and neither very thick nor in great quantity; but those vomitings which are more unmixed are worse.

    The Book Of Prognostics

  • But it is in young persons particularly that the hemorrhage is to be expected, for in persons beyond the age of thirty-five, vomitings are rather to be anticipated.

    The Book Of Prognostics

  • But all the smells which are somewhat putrid and fetid, are bad in all vomitings.

    The Book Of Prognostics

  • On the ninth, all the symptoms gave way; comatose, towards evening slight rigors; small vomitings of bile.

    Of The Epidemics

  • On the thirteenth, vomitings black, fetid, and copious; rigor about mid-day, loss of speech.

    Of The Epidemics

  • Was seized with acute fever of the ardent type; vomitings at first of much bilious matter; thirst; great restlessness; urine thin, black, substances sometimes floating high in it, and sometimes not; passed the night in a painful state; paroxysms of the fever diversified, and for the most part irregular.

    Of The Epidemics

  • On the twelfth, had copious black and fetid vomitings; much hiccup, painful thirst.

    Of The Epidemics

  • About the twenty-fourth was cold in the extremities of the hands, vomitings bilious, yellow, and frequent, soon turning to a verdigris-green color; general relief.

    Of The Epidemics

  • Convulsions occurring in persons attacked with frenzy, and having vomitings of verdigris-green bile, in some cases quickly prove fatal.

    Of The Epidemics

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