loss of the physical awareness of one’s body.
acenesthesia a·ce·nes·the·si·a (ā-sē’nĭs-thē’zē-ə, -zhə, ā-sěn’ĭs-)
Absence of the sensation of physical existence and well-being or of the consciousness of normal bodily functioning.
acoem American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
noun (bridge) a popular British bidding system favouring light opening bids and a flexible approach Historical Examples Less than an hour later four people were assembled in the small withdrawing-room of acol Court. The Nest of the Sparrowhawk Baroness Orczy He had not known—when he made it—that Richard would be back at acol then. The […]
acog American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Contemporary Examples The seemingly heroic stance of acog and the rah-rah for consumers need to be set into proper context. How Over-the-Counter Birth Control Could Screw You Kent Sepkowitz November 23, 2012 acog is without question in favor of over-the-counter oral contraception. Hobby Lobby Ignores The Fact That […]
being cold or chilled. Historical Examples Husband in faith, and that acold; Ah well away, Joseph, as thou art old! Everyman and Other Old Religious Plays, with an Introduction Anonymous Here you shall light a fire, which those who watch will believe to be but the fire of a herdsman who is acold. The Wizard […]
an altar attendant in public worship. Roman Catholic Church. a member of the highest-ranking of the four minor orders. the order itself. Compare (def 2), (def 2), (def 1). any attendant, assistant, or follower. Contemporary Examples Truthiness is as truthiness does, and clearly: acolyte Oren does truthiness very, very well. Michael Oren’s Truthiness Emily L. […]