Definition of Dipsomania. Meaning of Dipsomania. Synonyms of Dipsomania

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Definition of Dipsomania

Dipsomania
Dipsomania Dip`so*ma"ni*a, n. [NL., fr. Gr. ? thirst + ? mania.] (Med.) A morbid an uncontrollable craving (often periodic) for drink, esp. for alcoholic liquors; also improperly used to denote acute and chronic alcoholism.

Meaning of Dipsomania from wikipedia

- Dipsomania is a historical term describing a medical condition involving an uncontrollable craving for alcohol. In the 19th century, the term dipsomania...
- absence of physiological stimuli Potomania - compulsive drinking of beer Dipsomania - historical term for the compulsive drinking of alcohol Binge drinking...
- Sconcing Related issues Balconing Suicide History Dionysian Mysteries Dipsomania Gin Craze List of deaths through alcohol Rum ration Speakeasy General...
- Sconcing Related issues Balconing Suicide History Dionysian Mysteries Dipsomania Gin Craze List of deaths through alcohol Rum ration Speakeasy General...
- Sconcing Related issues Balconing Suicide History Dionysian Mysteries Dipsomania Gin Craze List of deaths through alcohol Rum ration Speakeasy General...
- Sconcing Related issues Balconing Suicide History Dionysian Mysteries Dipsomania Gin Craze List of deaths through alcohol Rum ration Speakeasy General...
- family, particularly luxurious frivolity (especially in the 1920s) and dipsomania. The book often seems to blur the lines of fiction and history by offering...
- Sconcing Related issues Balconing Suicide History Dionysian Mysteries Dipsomania Gin Craze List of deaths through alcohol Rum ration Speakeasy General...
- model - Dichotic listening - Differential psychology - Diogenes syndrome - Dipsomania - Disappointment - Discrimination - Discursive psychology - Disinhibited...
- religion, and the work of William James. James, who wrote "The only cure for dipsomania is religiomania" in The Varieties of Religious Experience, is cited in...