infusion

[ in-fyoo-zhuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF infusion

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An infusion of white blood does not help the matter, but rather makes it worse.

They said that these things were absolutely begotten in the water of the decaying substances out of which the infusion was made.

Buttermilk whey sweetened with honey, or an infusion of marshmallow roots, ought to constitute the whole of the patient's drink.

The salts and more active spirits of tar are got by infusion in cold water; but the resinous part is not to be dissolved thereby.

Worms may be destroyed by an infusion of walnut-tree leaves, or by pouring into the holes a ley made of wood ashes and lime.

Contact with God is then of the nature of the Infusion of Energy.

(The Extract of Ginger may be used in place of this infusion).

Is there not an infusion of Xenophon in Sophocles, as compared to Æschylus,—a dilution?

Only a portion of the nutrients, however, enter into the infusion.

If the time of infusion be increased, greens and browns are obtained.

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