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Admonished Explained

admonished at CMU American English spelling Of Explained:


Admonished at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

re, and a childish disposition. It
differs from idiocy and imbecility. In these latter, the powers of the mind
were never possessed, while in demency, they have been lost.
3. Demency may also be distinguished from mania, with which it is
sometimes confounded. In the former, the mind has lost its strength, and
thereby the reasoning faculty is impaired; while in the latter, the madness
arises from an exaltation of vital power, or from a morbid excess of
4. Demency is divided into acute and chronic. The former is a
consequence of temporary errors of regimen, fevers, hemorrhages, &c., and is
susceptible of cure the latter, or chronic demency, may succeed mania,
apoplexy, epilepsy, masturbation, and drunkenness, but is generally that
incurable decay of the mind which occurs in old age.
5. When demency has been fully established in its last stages, the acts
of the individual of a civil nature will be void, because the party had no
consenting mind. Vide Contracts; Wills; 2 Phillim. R. 449. Having

admonished at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:

adj : punished especially by reproof or reprimand [syn: {chastened},
{rebuked}, {reprimanded}, {reproved}]

admonished at English (WD) Of Explained:



  • Inter: past of » admonish

  • Translation: de » admonished
    Translation: fr » admonished
    Translation: hu » admonished
    Translation: mg » admonished
    Translation: ml » admonished
    Translation: my » admonished
    Translation: ja » admonished
    Category: simple:admonished -
    Translation: sv » admonished
    Translation: vi » admonished