Psephism

Pse"phism

(?), n. [Gr. a decree, fr. to vote with a pebble, fr. pebble.] (Gr. Antiq.) A proposition adopted by a majority of votes; especially, one adopted by vote of the Athenian people; a statute. J. P. Mahaffy.
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Pseu`ds*the"si*a

(?), n. [NL. See Pseudo-, and sthesia.] (Physiol.) False or imaginary feeling or sense perception such as occurs in hypochondriasis, or such as is referred to an organ that has been removed, as an amputated foot.
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