Examples from the Web for humoral
These last were the very earliest advocates of the humoral pathology.
These results having been established, it seemed as if the last rampart of the humoral theory had been taken by storm.
Soon after that, Behring discovered antitoxins, and this seemed to favour the chemical or humoral theory of immunity.
The humoral theory of Sydenham, and the threefold action supposed by Broussais, were further advances in the right direction.
These diseases were those of a humoral type, especially such as are characterized by issues and ulcers.The Myths of the New World|Daniel G. Brinton
British Dictionary definitions for humoral
Word Origin and History for humoral
"pertaining to the humors of the body," 1520s, from Middle French humoral (14c.), from Latin humor (see humor (n.)).