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69 examples of  tremens  in sentences

69 examples of tremens in sentences

A Quaker's not steady enough on his beam-ends, And a Shaker is bad for delirium tremens.

It is a malignant disease, sometimes known as delirium tremens.

"I believe that a devil carried him off, and that its name was delirium tremens.

"Delirium tremens, you know!" Beaumaroy puffed at his cigar.

O.D.V. Yes: a man may die of delirium tremens produced by drinking too much French wine.

'Bout an hour ago yer must a had a touch o' tremens, fer, all at onct yer cum chargin' out on deck, an' tried ter knife LeVere, an' he flung yer overboard.

The hallucinations of delirium tremens are the results obtained in extreme intoxication.

He shook his head and talked about the possibility of delirium tremens, or even of mania, if he continued to lead such a life.

In time follows another and a terrible disease known as delirium tremens; and this may occur in those who claim to be only moderate drinkers, rarely if ever intoxicated.

Thus in an attack of delirium tremens, the victim of alcoholic poisoning sees horrible and fantastic creatures.

In case of stomachs, Nature has a few simple inventions of her own for bringing reckless abuses to a stand-still,dyspepsia, and delirium-tremens, and so on.

This heroine of the story is the wife of a drunken, brutal village doctor, who dies of delirium tremens; she also is the slave of the same degrading habit which destroys her husband, but, unlike him, is a victim of remorse and shame.

oinomania^, dipsomania; delirium tremens; alcohol, alcoholism; mania a potu

If I, for instance, on the part of England, should happen to turn my labors into that channel, and (on the model of Lord Percy going to Chevy Chase) "A vow to God should make My pleasure in the Michelet woods Three summer days to take," probably from simple delirium, I might hunt M. Michelet into delirium tremens.

I myself witnessed such an attempt; and on that occasion a benevolent old gentleman endeavored to soothe his three holy associates, by suggesting that, if the outsides were indicted for this criminal attempt at the next assizes, the court would regard it as a case of lunacy (or delirium tremens) rather than of treason.

Laetus nunc, mox tristis; nunc sperans, paulo post diffidens; patiens hodie, cras ejuians; nunc pallens, rubens, currens, sedens, claudicans; tremens, &c. 1765.

Sea-captains often attach an exaggerated sense of peril to small boats; Condé confessed himself a coward in a street-fight; and William the Conqueror is said to have trembled exceedingly (rehementer tremens) during the disturbance which interrupted his coronation.

He related his own past experience of delirium tremens,how an iron rod in his hand became a snake,how a many-bladed knife pierced his flesh,how a great face on the wall grinned at and threatened him; "and yet," he added, "I knew it was a delusion!"

Old Talmash, the grandfather, shot his valet in a paroxysm of delirium tremens,' said Colonel Madison.

For she, a clever and determined woman, kept him, though not from drunkenness and debt, at least from delirium tremens and ruin, and was, in her rough, vulgar way, his guardian angelsuch a one at least, as he was worthy of.

"Delirium tremens.

Radix micat ultima linguæ, Ipsa jacet, terræque tremens immurmurat atræ; Utque salire solet mutilatæ cauda colubræ Palpitat: If a tongue would be talking without a Mouth, what could it have done when it had all its Organs of Speech, and Accomplices of Sound about it?

It was rather the threat of some new disease, some brain malady about to descend on me: possibly delirium tremens.

While in another room lay his younger son a victim to delirium tremens, and dying in fearful agony.

He's got me all threatened with the tremens now, so thet I hardly know how to match my pronouns to suit their genders an' persons.

Ned Parker drank himself into delirium-tremens, spent all his money, and came upon the town.

"money matters became scarce," and the poor Briton was forced to associate with the delirium tremens and massive digestion of the Saxon, who floated in a vast ocean of lard and wassail during his waking hours and slept with the cunning little piglets at night.

Well, as I was a saying, he went; and when he came back he had an awful attack of delirium tremens, and then he took the typers.

It means, of course, Judith being what she is, that she will instantly cast him off; and Arnold being what he is, that means that he will drink himself into delirium tremens in six months.

In "Janet's Repentance," a drunken husband beats his beautiful but drunken wife, turns her out of doors at midnight in her night-dress, and dies of "delirium tremens and meningitis."

had been addicted to drink; 133 before, and 17 after the disease had shown itself; further, that of 1572 patients with delirium tremens, alcoholism, alcoholic dementia, and ebrietas, 243, or 15.4 per cent., were epileptic; and that in 221 intemperance was present before the outbreak of epilepsy; finally, that among 2679 patients which entered the department in six and a half years, 393, or 18 per cent., were inebriates and epileptics.

I once spent a night in the room of an epileptic who had delirium tremens, and learned a lot from him; some of it came to mind just when I needed it.

If it hadn't been for that same old lady of yours, you'd have died of delirium-tremens or fallen into the sea long ago.

Not only Samson and Peter the Great, but Gibbs the Pirate, Black Hawk, and Joe Manton, who had died the previous year in a fit of delirium-tremens, prophesied, strode, swore, and smashed things in turn, by means of her frail little body.

You may clothe the drunkard, fill his purse with gold, establish him in a well furnished house, and in three, six, or twelve months, he will once more be on the "Embankment," haunted by delirium tremens, dirty, squalid and ragged.

It was very plain to her that he could not live much longer; death in delirium tremens was inevitable.

It is not denied that it is found necessary to exclude tobacco, as a general rule, from insane asylums, or that it produces, in extreme cases, among perfectly sober persons, effects akin to delirium tremens.

In the Regimental Hospital, the surgeon may be seen going from the man who has lost a finger to a fever patient,and then to one who has ophthalmia,passing on to a fellow raving in delirium tremens,next to whom is a sufferer under bronchitis, who will not be allowed to go out of doors for weeks to come; and if half a dozen are brought in with cholera in the course of the day, the officials do not know which way to turn.

The French would leave the men with scratches and slight diarrhea and delirium tremens in the Regimental Hospital,would send the fever and bronchitis and scorbutic patients to the Divisional,and any gravely wounded, or rheumatic, or other very long cases to the General Hospital at the base of operations.

Before long there was a legend that he had been suffering from an acute attack of delirium tremens.

He has only just escaped delirium tremens, and will most likely be in bed for a day or two.

The same senses are opened in delirium tremens, and entirely shut up again when the overaction of the cerebral heart, and the prodigious nervous congestions that attend it, are terminated by a decided change in the state of the body.

At last they found him with the incipient horrors of delirium tremens, and yet they could not get him away.

The man who kept the place was quite used to delirium tremens, and thought nothing about it.

He has delirium tremens in his face.

Then it became plain that delirium tremens was not written on his face quite so plainly as Mr. Smirkie had at first thought, and there was nothing left but his trousers to condemn him.

He had been a drunkard and a pauper,had descended to the lowest occupation which the country afforded, and had more than once nearly died from delirium tremens.

It would have to beunless, of course, the General had a stroke before Saturday, or was smitten with delirium tremens in time.

Stories of seizures, strokes and "goes" of delirium tremens met with no rebuke nor contradiction from himand an air of leisured ease and unanxious peacefulness pervaded the Gungapur Fusiliers.

Did not an exquisite poet, from the very top of his fame, fall a gibbering sot, into the gutter, on his way to be married to one of the fairest daughters of New England, and at the very hour the bride was decking herself for the altar; and did he not die of delirium tremens, almost unattended, in a hospital?

HAGGARD, HOWARD W. Facts on delirium tremens.

JOURNAL OF STUDIES ON ALCOHOL, INC. Facts on delirium tremens.

Facts on delirium tremens.

HAGGARD, HOWARD W. Facts on delirium tremens.

JOURNAL OF STUDIES ON ALCOHOL, INC. Facts on delirium tremens.

Facts on delirium tremens.

* SELL UNIVERSALIS affords a refreshing beverage in the last stages of Delirium Tremens.

"Our poor oppressed chief wishes to acquire pot-valor," said he, "and to stimulate himself into a delirium of firmness; but I am afraid that the delirium tremens of fear is the only kind that he will experience.

Radix micat ultima linguæ, Ipsa jacet, terræque tremens immurmurat atræ; Utque salire solet mutilatæ cauda colubræ Palpitat: If a tongue would be talking without a Mouth, what could it have done when it had all its Organs of Speech, and Accomplices of Sound about it?

Delirium tremens, liver disease, alcoholic phthisis, alcoholic degeneration of kidney and all the varied forms of paralysis, insanity, and other affections due to alcohol, would be completely effaced.

On her return she found her brother dismissed from his employment, a slave to opium, and to drink whenever he could get it, and for some time before he died he had attacks of delirium tremens of the most frightful character.

Attuned to the intimate atmosphere of the tenement which is so constantly rent with cry of child, child-bearing, delirium, delirium-tremens, Leon Kantor had howled no impression into the motley din of things.

But, as in religious monomania there is something touchingly noble, as compared with the delirium tremens of a drunkard, so in that extreme sensitiveness of the samurai about their honor do we not recognize the substratum of a genuine virtue?

I saw him before he saw me; he had a furtive air, he was pallid and his lips twitched; he looked to me on the verge of delirium tremens.

He is down with delirium tremens, and it isn't the first time.

The delirium tremens of the drunkard conveys scarcely a sterner moral lesson than the second childishness of the pure and abstemious Southey.

Upon my own experience I stand, and I solemnly declare that I have seen or known of fatal accidents, such as suicides in delirium tremens, bleedings to death, dying patients dragged out of bed by drunken Medical Staff Corps men, and many other things less patent and striking, which would not have happened in London civil hospitals nursed by women.

How can a medical officer mount guard all day and all night over a patient (say) in delirium tremens?

I cannot tell you how nasty he was to me about the whole thing, although I showed myself at once ready to forgive him all his lies and his treachery, and was at great pains to explain to him how I had given up my own bed and strapped him into it solely for the benefit of his health, seeing that at the moment he was threatened with delirium tremens.