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aspirin

noun as in painkiller

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If you’ve got tense, sore, or injured muscles, before you reach for aspirin, try some heat therapy.

Elderly people or those who regularly take other medications, including low-dose aspirin, may also have a greater chance of developing ulcers and suffering from complications, Stevoff said.

I brought myself to such a totally relaxed state, without an aspirin or anything.

I always carry provisions in my backpack—water, aspirin, Tylenol, power bars.

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I did it to breathe better, to stop the peculiar aches, to chase the kids longer and play basketball without needing aspirin.

I assume he turned something else into aspirin and black coffee the next morning.

It held aspirin, Sal Hepatica, cigarette papers and a Mason jar full of tobacco.

So, did he take over enough aspirin for hundreds of thousands of people?

What the film does allege is that OBI may have purchased mass quantities of aspirin to ship to victims at Goma.

If it's not covered by insurance, maybe you'll stay home, take aspirin, and live longer.

Unable to sleep the next morning, I left John to his snoring and went for an aspirin and black coffee.

I do have a little headache; would you happen to have any aspirin aboard?

Jo loaded up with aspirin to deaden a toothache which was worrying her.

"Another aspirin is going to turn my luck," she thought, and therewith swallowed surreptitiously her last tabloid of the panacea.

She swallowed dose after dose of aspirin, until finally, with the first gray streaks of dawn, she at last fell asleep.

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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to aspirin, such as: drug, medicine, morphine, ointment, opiate, and sedative.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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