Dyscrasy
Dyscrasy \Dys"cra*sy\, n.; pl. {Discrasies}. Dycrasia. [1913 Webster]

Sin is a cause of dycrasies and distempers. --Jer. Taylor.


The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • dyscrasy — noun /ˈdɪskɹəsɪ/ a) A bodily disorder; an imbalance of the humours; distemper; morbid diathesis.<ref name= OED /> b) Disharmony; discord; disorder; dissonance.<ref name= OED /> Syn: dyscrasia Se …   Wiktionary

  • dyscrasy — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Discrasies — Dyscrasy Dys cra*sy, n.; pl. {Discrasies}. Dycrasia. [1913 Webster] Sin is a cause of dycrasies and distempers. Jer. Taylor …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dyscratic — adjective Of, relating, or pertaining to dyscrasy …   Wiktionary

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