inoculation

[ ih-nok-yuh-ley-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF inoculation

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The Queen was at La Muette for the inoculation of her daughter.

It was late when we arrived, and we spent a restless night, for the inoculation "took."

He also raised the temperature of guinea-pigs after inoculation, and saved them.

There was no single escape from death after inoculation by this deadly contagium.

There was a doctor in Boston started this inoculation business for the smallpox.

Inoculation is necessary if the right bacteria are not present.

Yet the inoculation passed into her, through her love for her mistress.

If a good sort breaks out, inoculation or, more properly speaking, infection by artificial means becomes general.

A quarter of an hour after the inoculation of legop, the dog was dead.

The inoculation of the eggs through the walls will begin shortly.

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