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Distemperature, disorder, 1) of the body: “a huge infectious troop of pale --s,” Err. V, 82. “our grandam earth, having this d.” H4A III, 1, 34. 2) of the mind: “thou art uproused by some d.” Rom. II, 3, 40. “upon what ground is his d.” Per. V, 1, 27 (Ff distemperance). 3) of the weather: “thorough this d. we see the seasons alter,” Mids. II, 1, 106.*“how bloodily the sun begins to peer above yon bosky hill! the day looks pale at his d.” H4A V, 1, 3.
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