Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
1. (a.) Coming and going at intervals; alternating; recurrent; periodic; as, an intermittent fever.

2. (n.) An intermittent fever or disease.


The Rhythm of Life
... Motion, he says, though it seems to be continuous and steady, is in fact pulsating,
undulatory, rhythmic. There is everywhere intermittent action and rest. ...
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Jesus at Bethesda.
... There were various pools around Jerusalem which were used for bathing, and more
than one now fed by intermittent springs which agitate the water at intervals. ...
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The Earnest and the Inheritance
... How partial, how fragmentary, how clouded with doubts and blank ignorance,
how intermittent, and, alas! rare, is our knowledge of Him. ...
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The Blessing of God.
... unspeakable"; adjectives far more moderate would be found strong enough to express
all they know of oft-troubled peace and intermittent satisfaction and ...
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Private Prayer, and Public Worship.
... our own life? These texts, we bear in mind, represent not something casual
or intermittent in the life of our Lord. They stand in ...
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The Secondary Division or Teen Age Boys' Crusade
... The Older Boys' City-wide Conference is outlined in the previous chapter. It is
a good, but intermittent, form of Inter-Sunday school activity for boys. ...
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Sabbath Cure at Bethesda.
... Healing. It seems to have been an intermittent spring, which possessed
some healing virtue for a certain class of ailments. Its ...
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Intercourse of Jesus with the Pagans and the Samaritans.
... for the miserable disputes of casuists, and a source of superstitious beliefs.[1]
It was believed that Nature observed it; all intermittent springs were ...
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The Great Debt She Owed to Our Lord for his Mercy to Her. She ...
... thus I was exceedingly happy when I saw myself free from those pains which were
so sharp and constant, though in the cold fits of an intermittent fever, which ...
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Translator's Preface. In the Providence of God
... I slept but an hour or two, and had, besides, almost every day the intermittent
fever; but, notwithstanding, I continued to write without inconvenience and ...
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Intermittent (1 Occurrence)
... 1. (a.) Coming and going at intervals; alternating; recurrent; periodic; as, an
intermittent fever. 2. (n.) An intermittent fever or disease. ...
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Ague (1 Occurrence)
... 2. (n.) An intermittent fever, attended by alternate cold and hot fits. 3. (n.)
The cold fit or rigor of the intermittent fever; as, fever and ague. ...
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Bethesda (1 Occurrence)
... explanation except by the well-known phenomenon, by no means uncommon in Syria and
always considered the work of a supernatural being, of an intermittent spring ...
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Jerusalem (782 Occurrences)
... to this some authorities would deny the name of true spring on account of the
comparatively shallow source of its origin; this is the intermittent spring known ...
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Gihon (6 Occurrences)
... The spring is intermittent in character, "bursting up" at intervals: this feature
may account for the name Gihon and for its sacred characters. ...
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Intermission (2 Occurrences)

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Internal (1 Occurrence)

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Fever (13 Occurrences)
... Of these the most prevalent is ague or intermittent malarial fever, which is common
in all parts but especially in low-lying districts or places where there ...
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Fountain (57 Occurrences)
... This spring has the singular characteristic of being intermittent, flowing from
three to five times daily in winter, twice daily in summer, and only once daily ...
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Enrogel (4 Occurrences)
... The older view identifies En-rogel with the spring known variously as "the Virgin's
Fount," `Ain sitti Miriam and `Ain Umm el deraj, an intermittent source of ...
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