ozena

NOUN
  1. a chronic disease of the nose characterized by a foul-smelling nasal discharge and atrophy of nasal structures
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  • Cult mezzo Magdalena Kozena and silvery soprano Carolyn Sampson sound gorgeous, but are on the cool side as Paris and Cupid respectively.
  • Page 36 serve for the resort and refuge of masterles men and other idle and evill dispozed persons, and are the cause of cozenages, thefts, and other dishonest conversacion and may also be used to cover dangerous practizes. Wrong Side of the River: London's disreputable South Bank in the sixteenth and seventeenth century. Jessica A. Browner
  • Pledge opponent Michael Newdow fittingly will also appear at this convention of cozenage. Archive 2004-09-12
  • I’ve got more and cleaner choices with dozenal, and it’s faster. HERE’S LOOKING AT EUCLID
  • Counting upwards from do in base 12, or “dozenal,” we have do one for 11, do two for 12, do three for 13 all the way up to do nine for 19, do dek for 1, do el for 1 and finally two do for 20. HERE’S LOOKING AT EUCLID
  • Autolicus, Mercury's son, that dwelt in Parnassus, who got so much treasure by cozenage and stealth. Anatomy of Melancholy
  • Feigned necessities, imaginary necessities, are the greatest cozenage which man can put upon the providence of God, and make pretences to break known rules by. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 61, No. 378, April, 1847
  • Even though his clients supply him with dimensions in decimal, he prefers to translate them into dozenal. HERE’S LOOKING AT EUCLID
  • Is it not better to hear their controversy from their own mouths whilst they are face to face before us, than to read these vile fopperies, which are nothing but trumperies, deceits, diabolical cozenages of Cepola, pernicious slights and subversions of equity? Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel
  • Sir Hadrian now glowered at George as if the young man himself had been a willing and eager accomplice in the matter of the Tofts's failed cozenage. Asimov's Science Fiction
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