It has five lights, and the head of the window contains a fine catharine-wheel.
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the purging of the emotions or relieving of emotional tensions, especially through certain kinds of art, as tragedy or music. Medicine/Medical. purgation. Psychiatry. psychotherapy that encourages or permits the discharge of pent-up, socially unacceptable affects. discharge of pent-up emotions so as to result in the alleviation of symptoms or the permanent relief of the condition. […]
of or relating to catharsis. Also, cathartical. evacuating the bowels; purgative. a purgative. Contemporary Examples One hopes they will lose in court, but if they settle, may the punitive clobbering be profound—and cathartic. The Hearing From Hell Tunku Varadarajan April 26, 2010 The show offers no cathartic “gotcha” moments, no easy answers, and no rapid-fire […]
of or relating to catharsis. Also, cathartical. evacuating the bowels; purgative. a purgative. Contemporary Examples Better still, Kill Your Friends, despite its 1997 setting, feels bracingly, cathartically, of the moment. The Sound of Violence Taylor Antrim February 16, 2009 adjective purgative effecting catharsis noun a purgative drug or agent adj. 1610s, of medicines, from Latin […]
China. Contemporary Examples One airline that has already banned shipments on its passenger flights is Cathay Pacific. Passenger Flights Must Stop Carrying Lithium-Ion Batteries as Cargo Clive Irving May 4, 2014 This is the story of the Jesuit who more than 500 years ago made himself part of Cathay. James Fallows: 5 Favorite ‘Outsiders In […]