(?), n.;
pl. Discrasies ().
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Sin is a cause of dycrasies and distempers.
Jer. Taylor.





(?), } a. [L. dysentericus, Gr. ; cf. F. dysentrigue.] Of or pertaining to dysentery; having dysentery; as, a dysenteric patient. "Dysenteric symptoms." Copland.
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