Words nearby defervescence
Origin of defervescence
OTHER WORDS FROM defervescencede·fer·ves·cent, adjective
Examples from the Web for defervescence
After defervescence the prognosis is better, but there is always danger.The Ethics of Medical Homicide and Mutilation|Austin O'Malley
The tumefaction speedily subsides, the features become recognizable, and defervescence is complete.
Defervescence occurs with a trifling eruption of maculo-papules, which in two days have wellnigh completely disappeared.
Defervescence is often very rapid, the temperature falling five or six degrees in the course of twelve hours.
Defervescence, de-fer-ves′ens, n. abatement of heat: coolness: decrease of feverish symptoms.