liniment[ lin-uh-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF liniment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LINIMENT
Dad took it in silence, and sat rubbing it into his beard like a liniment.
A bottle of liniment was ordered, and Alfred rubbed often with the preparation.
"Where's that bottle of liniment I sent here," demanded the doctor.
It was a florid testimonial to the virtues of their liniment.
Put the liniment on her leg as I told you, and I'll call in the morning.
During the rest of the day he massaged the Phoenix's back and wings with the liniment.
Another was off in the opposite direction to buy some liniment at Mammoth.
Joe covered them with a liniment which he brought from the barn.
For the house had a stuffy smell of liniment and bacon grease.
Seems he'd barked his elbow in the rescue work an' laid off for liniment.