ad libitum

[ ad lib-i-tuh m; Latin ahd lib-i-too m ]SEE DEFINITION OF ad libitum
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I dwell in my sky-parlor and become Jupiter the while, ad libitum.

The movement was obliged to be in triple time; the rest was ad libitum.

A cheap and useful demulcent in pulmonary and urinary irritation; especially in catarrhs, gonorrha, &c.; ad libitum.

There is an ad libitum supply for douches and baths in every camp.

In fact they are at liberty to accept invitations and give them ad libitum.

Problematical judgements are those in which the affirmation or negation is accepted as merely possible (ad libitum).

The individual thus excited, then preaches, ad libitum, whether male or female.

If it is a case where stimulus is any relief, the nurse gives milk-punch or brandy, or whatever is wanted, ad libitum.

Half-way across, he found the coolness of the water so agreeable that he decided to enjoy it ad libitum.

When the structure was widened, upper floors or single rooms were built on ad libitum.

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