Have you no arts of the toilet that can overcome the story of your megrims?
Then the Governor's lady had desired him to attend her for the megrims.
This was the first attack of the megrims that I remembered in my mistress since the time when she was a young girl.
Thee must not get the megrims, Peggy, before thee has started.
I never let thee sing that fule song, but Meg's fancies have brought the megrims into thine head!
She had sickened him by her megrims, as Tracy had prophesied she would!
Remember how you made me shake off the megrims by exertion in Philadelphia?
Who was safe, if a half-fed scrofulous woman had fancies and the megrims?
She may be muscle-bound and throw a splint sometimes, or get the Charley horse; but megrims are not for her—believe me!
The girl, out of patience with his megrims, gave him a blow with a log on the parts affected.
megrim me·grim (mē'grĭm)