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- (phrenology, obsolete, obscure) love of liquids, including drinking, bathing, and sailing.
1843, Orson Squire Fowler, Phrenology and physiology explained and applied to education, page 193:
- 1843, The American Phrenological Journal and Miscellany, Volume 5, p. 193:
- Just in front of Alimentiveness, is one or more organs which create a love of drinking, bathing, sailing, &c., which might be called Aquativeness, or Bibativeness, or Thirst, as thought best.