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orgone box

[ awr-gohn ]
/ ˈɔr goʊn /
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noun

a cabinetlike device constructed of layers of wood and other materials, as tin, claimed by its inventor, Wilhelm Reich, to restore orgone energy to persons sitting in it, thereby aiding in the cure of impotence, cancer, the common cold, etc.

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Also called or·gone-en·er·gy accu·mulator [awr-gohn-en-er-jee]. /ˈɔr goʊnˌɛn ər dʒi/.

Origin of orgone box

1940–45; probably org(anism) + -one

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