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Definition of "emerods" [em•er•ods]

  • Hemorrhoids; piles; tumors; boils. (noun-plural)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "emerods" in a sentence
  • "And it is expressly said (v. 12) that those who were smitten with the emerods were the men that died not by the other destruction, which probably was the pestilence."
  • "They must make images of the emerods, that is, of the swellings and sores with which they had been afflicted, so making the reproach of that shameful disease perpetual by their own act and deed (Ps.lxxviii. 66), also images of the mice that had marred the land, owning thereby the almighty power of the God of"
  • "Then there are the "emerods" (hemorrhoids) with which God afflicted some folks he was miffed at."
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