laudanum

[ lawd-n-uh m, lawd-nuh m ]
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But forego, if possible, your pernicious stimulant of laudanum.

Her spirits are remarkably high—not an uncommon effect of laudanum.

The second of these lines it is which betrays the presence of laudanum.

He must have seen, as I saw, that she wanted the laudanum to poison herself.

The doctor recovered himself when she asked for the laudanum.

It macerates its opium and percolates its own laudanum and paregoric.

In this interval he was induced to swallow forty drops of laudanum.

And lastly, two or three drops of laudanum according to the age of the child.

M. M. Opium in very small doses, as three drops of laudanum.

Don't let her get any laudanum, or anything; and presently report to me.

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