cacoethes


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for cacoethes

References in periodicals archive ?
Celsus (9) stated that only the earliest stage of breast cancer (cacoethes) could be cured but, because it was clinically very difficult to distinguish this from more advanced tumour (carcinoma), caustic medicaments should be applied when there was doubt.
Based upon the product of Kamisar's acute (30) cacoethes scribendi, (31) there is every reason to believe that Yale's own assessment as to why his Brooklyn Dodgers article failed was not that it had too many footnotes, but that it had too few.
In saying this, however, I am not necessarily taking issue with Alder's main thesis that it is disagreement over values which underpins dissent--a point acknowledged in Ben Palmer, 'Causes of Dissents: Judicial Self-Restraint or Abdication?' (1948) 34 American Bar Association Journal 761, 765; Roscoe Pound, 'Cacoethes Dissentiendi: The Heated Judicial Dissent' (1953) 39 American Bar Association Journal 794, 796.
"'Prayers in the Market Place': Women and Low Culture in Catharine Sedgwick's 'Cacoethes Scribendi.'" American Transcendental Quarterly 16 (2002): 101-13.
It may have been started by Truman Capote with In Cold Blood, and Norman Mailer may have been its most prominent practitioner since, but the cacoethes scribendi seems to have spread from eminent novelists to just novelists to, well, would-be novelists currently employed by our finer newspapers or periodicals.
599), he has also now completed his Castles Trilogy with the publication of Cloud Castles (1998) and the present novel, Capital Castles, subtitled "The Still Further Accounts of Duncan Katz in 140 Chapters Including a Patriotic Peroration, an Apostrophe, a Classic Culminating Cacoethes."
Linked to the libido sciendi, this cacoethes scribendi had already reached epidemic proportions by the Renaissance.
The third horse, a further two lengths adrift, was the 3-1 second favourite Cacoethes (G Starkey).
1972 Brigadier Gerard suffered his only defeat, at odds of 1-3, at the hands of Roberto (above), who was ditched by Lester Piggott in favour of Rheingold 1977 Relkino was sent off 33-1 but stunned the likes of Eclipse winner Artaius, unbeaten French colt Lightning and Irish Derby winner Malacate 1984 Jeff Smith's Chief Singer was among the victims of 15-1 shot Cormorant Wood, along with Tolomeo and Sadler's 1989 There were bigger winning outsiders than Ile De Chypre (above), but he was supposed to be only the pacemaker for his stablemate Cacoethes 1991 16-1 Terimon was another front-runner to upset the applecart, in particular odds-on Starcraft, along with Environment Friend and Quest For Fame
He was sent off a 2-9 favourite to prove himself against the older generation again in the King George, but he struggled to fend off Cacoethes and prevailed by a neck.
No full Boswell treatment for Coleridge, then--his biographers have had to settle for indicating the fact of his cacoethes loquendi.
Gone are the days when we would get King Georges like the one in which Grundy denied Bustino, Dancing Brave avenged his Epsom defeat by Shahrastani or Nashwan edged out Cacoethes. The days when the Derby winner would routinely turn up, sometimes accompanied by the Oaks winner and the cream of the older-horse crop, are gone, and these days the race is largely, although not exclusively, dominated by top-notch performers aged four or more.