imposthume (n.)
abscess, putrid swelling
Ham IV.iv.27[Hamlet to Captain] This is th'imposthume of much wealth and peace
TC V.i.20[Thersites to Patroclus] the rotten diseases of the south ... bladders full of imposthume [in Q only]
Ven.743[Venus to Adonis] Surfeits, imposthumes, grief and damned despair, / Swear Nature's death for framing thee so fair
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