lymphatic

[ lim-fat-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF lymphatic
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If one sister be sanguine in her temperament, the other must be lymphatic.

But between them there was the difference of the nervous temperament and the lymphatic.

It may be that Adrian scented a rival to his lymphatic emotions.

They, also, are probably formed in the lymphatic glands and spleen.

Thus no one is exclusively sanguine, bilious, lymphatic, or melancholic.

One person could be at once bilious, melancholic and lymphatic.

The average Indian is of a lymphatic nature, excepting the dobe.

There also grows a plant called Cohobba, which is said to be lymphatic.

Amiel was so lymphatic of will that he doubted his own doubts, doubted all but his dreams.

Mona had not the temperament dynamic; nor yet was she lymphatic.

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