Definitions for "Phlegm"
Viscid mucus secreted in abnormal quantity in the respiratory and digestive passages.
Sluggishness of temperament; dullness; want of interest; indifference; coldness.
Phlegm arises from stagnation of the body fluids. It can cause symptoms such as mucous in the Lungs, nodules on joints, kidney or gall stones and/or lumps under the skin. If it blocks the Heart orifices it can cause some forms of mental illness.
One of the four humors of which the ancients supposed the blood to be composed. See Humor.
A watery distilled liquor, in distinction from a spirituous liquor.
A term for any watery substance produced or isolated by laboratory operations, especially distillation. The term also refers to one of the four humors in the human body.
Keywords:  delacour, weasley, hermione, fleur, hbp
a derogatory nickname that Ginny Weasley and Hermione used for Fleur Delacour (HBP5, 7, 14)
Keywords:  bronchitis, chronic, see
See chronic bronchitis
apathy demonstrated by an absence of emotional reactions
inactivity; showing an unusual lack of energy