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No soft hand of woman smoothed his pillow or relieved the agony of pain and suffering by the timely opiate or emollient.
THE CONTINENTAL MONTHLY, VOL. 2, NO. 2, AUGUST, 1862VARIOUS
Ben rushed, and had an emollient; spouted again and was corked; again, and received a neat red-waxen stopper.
THE AMAZING MARRIAGE, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
The bowels have been kept open from the 19th, by the occasional use of emollient injections.
AN ACCOUNT OF THE FOXGLOVE AND SOME OF ITS MEDICAL USESWILLIAM WITHERING
It was attempted to relieve this induration by emollient fomentations.
FOUR YEARS IN FRANCEHENRY DIGBY BESTE
He must have seen that its effect would only be to irritate a spirit needing an emollient.
GUY RIVERS: A TALE OF GEORGIAWILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS
The relief from the bandage, and the emollient poultice applied by Lettice, had in all probability saved the general's life.
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, VOLUME 1, NO. 2, JULY, 1850.VARIOUS
His eyes lighted up with the advent of an emollient hope, and a half-smile touched his lips.
THE RED DEBTEVERETT MACDONALD
The root is a good substitute for licorice, is emollient and has an agreeable taste.
THE MEDICINAL PLANTS OF THE PHILIPPINEST. H. PARDO DE TAVERA
The fruit is emollient by virtue of the large quantity of mucilage it contains, but it is more interesting for other properties.
THE MEDICINAL PLANTS OF THE PHILIPPINEST. H. PARDO DE TAVERA
The seeds are emollient, laxative, diuretic and emmenagogue; they contain an oil to which we shall refer presently.
THE MEDICINAL PLANTS OF THE PHILIPPINEST. H. PARDO DE TAVERA

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