aperient[ uh-peer-ee-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF aperient
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APERIENT
Dispensatory: Described as a cathartic with roots tonic and aperient.
Butter is wholesome in youth and old age, anti-poisonous, and aperient.
This will, in the majority of cases, enable her to do without an aperient.
Brown bread and oatmeal porridge have also an aperient effect.
Do you presume to judge of Inglish's Aperient, who have swallowed but one?
Ammonio-chloride of iron is tonic, emmenagogue, and aperient.
The aperient should be given at least 24 hours before the time of operation.
After male-fern capsules it is quite unnecessary to give any aperient.
A fixed oil is obtained from the seeds by expression, which has long been employed as an aperient in the West Indies.
Take every morning aperient doses of milk of sulphur, then a small teaspoonful of confection of black pepper every day.