sharp and paroxysmal pain along the course of a nerve.
The operation is a difficult and serious one, but the results are satisfactory so far as the cure of the neuralgia is concerned.
Manual of Surgery Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
Added to which it gave him neuralgia; while the strong tea gave him indigestion.
They and I Jerome K. Jerome
It seems that a predisposition to neuralgia is a necessary element in the latter affection.
Neuralgia and the Diseases that Resemble it Francis E. Anstie
Good in all cases of chronic rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, and the like.
The Ladies Book of Useful Information Anonymous
Deficiency of it results in nervous weakness, neuralgia, and low temperature of the body.
A Comprehensive Guide-Book to Natural, Hygienic and Humane Diet Sydney H. Beard
I am sorry that you are not with me, as it possibly may have benefitted your neuralgia.
Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee (His Son) Captain Robert E. Lee
As a sedative in neuralgia and Tic-Doloreux, its effects were very remarkable.
The Aristocracy of London: Part I: Kensington Anonymous
She went to bed with an attack of neuralgia a little after six.
The Californians Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
Mr Curtis has strongly recommended this plaster in neuralgia.
Cooley’s Practical Receipts, Volume II Arnold Cooley
In the early part of December Pascal had a severe attack of neuralgia.
Doctor Pascal Emile Zola
severe spasmodic pain caused by damage to or malfunctioning of a nerve and often following the course of the nerve
1807, from Greek neuron “nerve” (see neuro-) + -algia. Probably formed on model of French névralgie (1801). Related: Neuralgic.
neuralgia neu·ral·gia (nu-rāl’jə, nyu-)
Sharp, severe paroxysmal pain extending along a nerve or group of nerves. Also called neurodynia.
not taking part or giving assistance in a dispute or war between others: a neutral nation during World War II. not aligned with or supporting any side or position in a controversy: The arbitrator was absolutely neutral. of or belonging to a neutral state or party: neutral territory. of no particular kind, characteristics, etc.; indefinite: […]
the policy or advocacy of maintaining strict in foreign affairs. Biology. the theory that some changes in evolution are governed by random mutations that become fixed in populations by chance rather than by natural selection. noun (in international affairs) the policy, practice, or attitude of neutrality, noninvolvement, or nonalignment with power blocs
the state of being . the policy or status of a nation that does not participate in a war between other nations: the continuous neutrality of Switzerland. status, as of a seaport during a war. Contemporary Examples My post as interim director of WindMade is primarily [due to] the ‘neutrality’ of GWEC within the industry. […]
the antiparticle of a , distinguished from the by having clockwise rather than counterclockwise spin when observing in the direction of motion. noun (pl) -nos the antiparticle of a neutrino; a particle having oppositely directed spin to a neutrino, that is, spin in the direction of its momentum antineutrino (ān’tē-n-trē’nō, ān’tī-) The antiparticle that corresponds […]