\hjˈuːməsˌʌmli], \hjˈuːməsˌʌmli], \h_j_ˈuː_m_ə_s_ˌʌ_m_l_i]\
Definitions of HUMOURSOMELY
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Note.-The terms "good humour" and "bad ology," are derived from the old "humoral pathology," according to which there were four principal moistures or humours in the body-namely, blood, choler, phlegm, and melancholy, on the due proportion and combination of which, the disposition of body and mind depends.
By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H.
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- Relating to ribs and transverse processes of the vertebrae articulating with them. Lying between ribs and transverse process of the vertebrae.