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The aperitive virtue of a key, the attractive virtue of a crook.
THE THOUGHTS OF BLAISE PASCALBLAISE PASCAL
This composition, as well as the Sweet Spirit of Nitre, is esteemed in medicine to be very aperitive and diuretic.
ELEMENTS OF THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF CHYMISTRY, 5TH ED.PIERRE JOSEPH MACQUER
Aperient roots,1535 Aperitive species; Species diuretic, L. 1.
COOLEY'S PRACTICAL RECEIPTS, VOLUME IIARNOLD COOLEY
He discussed the "efficacy" of millepedes, which he found to be "very diuretical and aperitive."
MEDICAL INVESTIGATION IN SEVENTEENTH CENTURY ENGLANDCHARLES W. BODEMER
The aperitive virtue of a key, the attractive virtue of a hook.
PASCAL'S PENSESBLAISE PASCAL
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WORDS RELATED TO APERITIVE

  • aperient
  • aperitive
  • emetic
  • expiatory
  • laxative
  • lustral
  • lustrative
  • physic
  • purging
  • purificatory
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