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spleen /spliːn /
1 Anatomy an abdominal organ involved in the production and removal of blood cells in most vertebrates and forming part of the immune system.
2 [mass noun] bad temper; spite:
he could vent his spleen on the institutions which had duped him.
spleenful /ˈspliːnfʊl / adjective
– ORIGIN Middle English : shortening of Old French esplen, via Latin from Greek splēn; spleen (SENSE 2) derives from the earlier belief that the spleen was the seat of bad temper.