vibratiuncle

vibratiuncle

(vaɪˌbreɪʃɪˈʌŋkəl)
n
a slight vibration
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Hartley's vibrations and vibratiuncles, one would think, were material and mechanical enough; but our Continental neighbours have gone still farther.
Pite is kind enough to gloss Peacock's 'fuliginous' (Coleridge, 10), Hazlitt's 'vibratiuncles' (45), and Carlyle's 'hebetude and cecity' (286), but not Thomas Brown's 'obnubilated' (22).