acclimation

[ ak-luh-meyt, uh-klahy-mit ]SEE DEFINITION OF acclimation

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It was, I suppose, the acclimation to which we were being subjected.

We decided it's just a part of acclimation to—we call this planet Lucifer.

There is nothing to hope for, as regards malaria, in acclimation.

This gradual adaptation to circumstances by an accommodating power is termed, in philosophical language, acclimation.

A few days, therefore, when the last touch of acclimation shall have taken its leave, and "I'm over the border and awa'."

Propagation by seeds, then, is an inconvenient method, only to be resorted to for purposes of acclimation.

Extreme hazard of life, in all cases, was to be encountered in the process of acclimation.

His breath came faster, and his great chest rose and fell; these were the only indications of acclimation.

In general the tribute of acclimation is not so soon paid by emigrants in Lima as in other tropical regions.

Acclimation was considered, and indeed was absolutely necessary.

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