emetic[ uh-met-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF emetic
Synonyms for emetic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMETIC
The emetic she took at about nine o'clock had little effect.
Emetic was the fastest sprinter there that day; a sprinter, not a stayer.
Emetic's rider had taken a chance and lost it; lost it when McGloin caught him.
Do not wait for him to arrive, but give an emetic to rid the stomach of the poison.
If the child has eaten too much, or of improper food, an emetic should be given.
Dispensatory: This species acts like P. uniflorum, which is said to be emetic.
It was an emetic Mallare had found necessary to administer to himself.
Emetic, cathartic with calomel; then sorbentia, chalybeates, Peruvian bark.
Either a cathartic or an emetic will leave the system under some debility.
The juice of the leaves is emetic and that of the roots purgative.