medicament

[ muh-dik-uh-muh nt, med-i-kuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF medicament

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MEDICAMENT

A medicament in alcohol, oil or water, applied by friction to the skin.

They had stuffed me full of quinine, he said, and it was not the medicament that I wanted.

He then put on a bandage dipped in some medicament of his own composition.

On Hanuman's return, the medicament is administered, and Lakshman revives.

He tried one, and it seemed to be composed in equal parts of sawdust and the medicament called "Rough-on-rats!"

I remember to have cured a disconsolate widower, who obstinately refused every other medicament, by a strict course of geology.

I rarely or never prescribe alcohol as a medicament or a food, or sanction its use as a beverage.

But let us not speak of this: it is galling to be able to inveigh against folly without possessing the medicament for its cure.

For so great power was never conferred on any Medicament, that it could change the Nature of Man.

After a while nothing would content him but her taking a medicament he went and brought her.

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