medicine[ med-uh-sin or, esp. British, med-suhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF medicine
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MEDICINE
Beatrice, what have you done with my new bottle of medicine?
Then she exchanged it for one of the same size on the medicine tray.
There was a mistake about the medicine, and she was blamed; that's all.
"It was the dark-eyed one that changed the medicine on me," he said.
But let us reason together, brother; don't you believe at all in medicine?
It is not the doctors themselves that he takes off, but the absurdity of medicine.
The medicine (God's grace) is made known to us in the Creed.
He must desire and seek the medicine, and have it brought to him.
Nobody spoke until it was back again in the Medicine bundle.
The Medicine Bundle of the tribe is as sacred to them as our flag is to us.