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Alimentiveness

Definition of the noun Alimentiveness

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noun

  1. The state or quality of being alimentive.
  2. The instinct or faculty of appetite for food.

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Google previewEoneguski, Or, the Cherokee Chief: A Tale of Past Wars (1839)

by Robert Strange

But the phrenologists saymy organof alimentiveness is a gooddeal developed, andproves thatI have an especial ...

Google previewThe Water-cure Journal (1852)

Alimentiveness is a fundamental , and powerful propensity; but it is, or should be, a servant, rather than a master. In the words of the ancient adage, we should "eat to live;" and "life is more than meat." There is nothing more evident than that the ...

Google previewWaldie's Select Circulating Library (1836)

Alimentiveness is a newly discovered phrenological organ (in or near the roof of tho mouth, we suppose), which rules the physical appetites that vary intu gluttony, drunkenness, smoking, hunger, thirst, and many diseases connected ...

Google previewThe Literary Gazette (1836)

A Weekly Journal of Literature, Science, and the Fine Arts by Lovell Augustus Reeve, John Mounteney Jephson, Henry Christmas, Shirley Brooks, George Augustus Frederick Fitzclarence (1st Earl of Munster)

Alimentiveness is a newly discovered phrenological organ (in or near the roof of the mouth, we suppose), which rules the physical appetites that vary into gluttony, drunkenness, smoking, hunger, thirst, and many diseases connected therewith, ...

Google previewWaldie's Octavo Library (1836)

Alimentiveness is a newly discovered phrenological organ (in or near the roof of tho mouth, we suppose,) which rules the physical appetites that vary into gluttony, drunkenness, smoking, hunger, thirst, and many diseases connected ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Face and Form Reading; Or Personal Traits, Both Physical and Mental, Revealed by Outward Signs Through Practical and Scientific Physiognomy (1903)

by Mrs. Mary Olmstead Stanton

'onspieuoufl facial sign, Alimentiveness. The law of the straight line, curve, and sphere governs this physiognomy. This subject was formerly president of the New York Chamber of ( 'onuuerce and has exhibited administrative ability of a high ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia of Face and Form Reading (1920)

A Complete Summary of Character Analysis ... Physical and Mental Traits Revealed by Mary Olmstead Stanton

ALIMENTIVENESS, DIGESTION. Definition. — Hunger, love of eating, large digestive capacity, healthy and normal assimilation of solid and liquid foods. Epicureanism is a refined phase of this faculty and function. Gluttony and gormandizing ...

Google previewChamber's Encyclopaedia (1886)

A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People

The plug, assigned to Alimentiveness is marked by a cross on the side-view of the bust. Mr Combe su eats M.

Google previewEncyclopedia Of Occult Scienses Vol. II Physiognomony (2015)

by Poinsot, Maffeo

affection, combativeness, destructiveness, alimentiveness, secretiveness, acquisitiveness, constructiveness.

Google previewThe Lover's Dictionary Containing a Vast Amount of Information of Interest to Those in Love ... (1903)

by G. R. M. Devereux

This is the other extreme; here we have deficient Acquisitiveness and large Alimentiveness. Unless indeed circumstances are very favourable, the woman who marries this man will, in all likelihood, have to work for both him and the children.

Google previewThe rhymers' lexicon (1971)

by Andrew Loring, George Saintsbury

conscientiousness contentiousness licentiousness pretentiousness entity identity nonentity _ l alimentiveness attentiveness inattentiveness inventiveness retentiveness gentleness ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Superstitions, Folklore, and the Occult Sciences of the World (2003)

by Cora Linn Daniels, C. M. Stevans

ALIMENTIVENESS=The sense of hunger and thirst; the love of eating and imbibing. As a rule, the appetite of a person may be determined by inspecting the "thickness" of the handwriting generally ; when the strokes are proportionately dark, ...

Google previewThe illustrated national pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1868)

Alimentiveness, (al-e-ment'iv-nes) n. the organ of appetite for food. Alimony, (al'e- mun-e) n. a separate maintenance. Aliquant, (al'e-kwant) a. that does not divide without remainder. Aliquot, (al'e-kwot) a. that measures exactly. Alive, (a-liV) a.

Google previewThe Excelsior pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1876)

Alimentiveness, (al-e- ment'iv-nes) n. the organ of appetite for food. Alimony, (al'e -mon-e) n. a separate maintenance. Aliquant, (al'e-kwant) a. that does not divide without a remainder. Aliquot, (al'e-kwot) a. parts of a number or quantity which ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary (1895)

An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith

aggressive: aggressiv aggrieve: aggriev aggrieved: aggrievd aghast: agast agile: agil agreeable: agreeabl ahead: ahed ailed: aild aimed: aimd aired: aird aisle: aile alarmed: alarmd alienable: alienabl alimentiveness: alimentivness allayed: ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1906)

A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge with a New Atlas of the World

aggressive: aggressiv aggrieve: aggriev aggrieved: aggrievd aghast: agast agile: agil agreeable: agreeabl ahead: ahed ailed: aild aimed: aimd aired: aird aisle: aile alarmed: alarmd alienable: alienabl alimentiveness: tivness allayed: allayd ...

Google previewTwentieth Century Dictionary (1914)

Containing Every Useful Word in the English Language, with Its Correct Spelling, Accurate Pronunciation and Exact Meaning According to Webster and Worcester. To which is Added An Encyclopaedia of Valuable Information, Also a Complete Supplement of New Words by Charles C. Parker

Alimentiveness (al-e- ment'lv-nes), n. the organ of appetite for food. Alimony (al'e-mun-e)f n. the allowance to ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Religious Knowledge (1844)

by John Newton Brown

Constructiveness ; * Alimentiveness. Class II. — Organs of the Sentiments. 10.

Google previewThe American Encyclopedia of Practical Knowledge Containing Practical and Systematic Treatises on Subjects Connected with the Interests of Every Individual, Alphabetically Arranged, and Especially Designed for Popular Use ... (1886)

by F. M. Chapman, Charles C. Chapman

Alimentiveness. Relishes food. 35. Destructiveness. The cat instinct to destroy. 36 . Combativeness. Force, courage; defense of self and opinions. 37. Secretiveness. Reserve policy. 38. Acquisitiveness. Love of money; the saving ability. 39.

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