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Morbidity and immorality are as natural as health and purity.

Here conscience was overdoing its part, and passing from scrupulousness to morbidity.

The thought embodied in it, though tinged with morbidity, striking and matured.

I've never laughed at morbidity, or nerves, or insanity since.

With any recovery from morbidity there must go a certain healthy humiliation.

Does he perhaps do so because they cannot in any way be made to square with his theory of morbidity?

Krafft-Ebing asserts that hardly any of these Urnings are conscious of morbidity.

He has none of the morbidity that often passes for refinement.

M. Aurelius was an emperor, and he had the morbidity from which all emperors must suffer.

For with any recovery from morbidity there must go a certain healthy humiliation.

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