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English citations of anæsthete

Noun: optional form of anaesthete[edit]

1907 1913
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  • 1907 CE, William Dean Howells, Between the Dark and the Daylight, Harper & Brothers; Chapter I, page #35:
    No inquiry for the psychological possibilities must be suffered to divide his effort for her physical recovery, though there might come with this a cessation of the timeless dream‐state in which she had her being, and she might sharply realize the past, as the anæsthete realizes his return to agony from insensibility.
  • 1913 CE, “G. V. N. D.”, in American Physical Education Review; Volume XVIII, №. 7, page #501:
    The boy or girl who could sufficiently acquire the contents of this book and fail to become interested in the broad common relationships of biology, if not in biology as a technical profession, would be presumably either a moron or anæsthete  !