The Collaborative International Dictionary
Mention \Men"tion\ (m[e^]n"sh[u^]n), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Mentioned (m[e^]n"sh[u^]nd); p. pr. & vb. n. Mentioning.] To make mention of; to speak briefly of; to name.
I will mention the loving-kindnesses of the Lord.
--Is. lxiii. 7.
vb. (en-past of: mention)
Usage examples of "mentioned".
In a London discussion there was mentioned the case of a healthy woman of fifty who never was pregnant, and whose menstruation had ceased two years previously, but who for twelve months had menstruated regularly from the nipples, the hemorrhage being so profuse as to require constant change of napkins.
If we have been reasonably certain of unreliability, we may not even have mentioned the marvelous statement.
The case of Meibomius was that of an infant, and the case mentioned by Rhodius was associated with hemorrhages from the lungs, umbilicus, thigh, and tooth-cavity.
There is recorded an inexplicable case of menstruation from the region of the sternum, and among the curious anomalies of menstruation must be mentioned that reported by Parvin seen in a woman, who, at the menstrual epoch, suffered hemoptysis and oozing of blood from the lips and tongue.
A somewhat similar case is mentioned by Gregory of a mother of 7 children who had never had her menstrual flow.
Romans had laws prescribing the laws of succession in such cases, and many medical writers have mentioned it.
There are two early cases mentioned in which the bones of a fetus were discharged at stool, causing intense pain.
Mistakes are so easily made in the date of the occurrence of pregnancy, or in the date of conception, that in the remarkable cases we can hardly accept the propositions as worthy evidence unless associated with other and more convincing facts, such as the appearance and stage of development of the fetus, or circumstances making conception impossible before or after the time mentioned, etc.
There is a case mentioned in which an accident and an inopportune dose of ergot at the fifth month of pregnancy were followed by rupture of the amniotic sac, and subsequently a constant flow of watery fluid continued for the remaining three months of pregnancy.
There are some details of births by the rectum mentioned in the last century by Reta and others.
There are several cases mentioned by the older writers whose statements are generally worthy of credence, which, however incredible, are of sufficient interest at least to find a place in this chapter.
Up to the date mentioned it was not known whether the connecting band contained viscera.
The complicated teratoma of this class may contain, in addition to the previously mentioned structures, cartilage and glands, mucous and serous membrane, muscle, nerves, and cerebral substance, portions of eyes, fingers with nails, mammae, etc.
Wilson collected reports of 90 cases,--44 females, 39 males, the sex not being mentioned in the remainder.
Gambardella, a young girl of twelve, mentioned by Lombroso, was covered all over the body, with the exception of the hands and feet, by thick, bushy hair.