bloodletting[ bluhd-let-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF bloodletting
Synonyms for bloodletting
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This fever will cure him, they say it sobers like bloodletting.
Quarrels were frequent enough; bloodletting was a common occupation.
"Bloodletting, A little more," the letter recommending, 249.
Bloodletting is supererogatory anyway, and serves merely to whet the appetite.
Calomel and bloodletting, for example, were two of the principal ones.
They are aware of bloodletting, which they practise most indiscriminately.
This here business ain't going to be ended without a rare lot of bloodletting.
And so his calomel pill and his bloodletting lancet were carried everywhere with him by the doctor.
Bloodletting is the last effect that I ever expected to hear ascribed to this measure.
Let the public lancet, therefore, be put in his hands that he may perform the humanitarian operation of bloodletting.