ointment[ oint-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF ointment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OINTMENT
He put the filings in a little pot which had been used for ointment of some kind.
Melt the wax with the lard over a gentle fire, and sprinkle in the tutty, continually stirring them till the ointment is cold.
Take an ounce of the ointment called nutritum, the yolk of a small egg, or the half of a large one, and mix them well together.
In such a case, is the substance which is anointed the same as the colour or ointment?
There's only one small fly in the ointment, so far as I can see.
There are bound to be vexations, flies in the ointment, as we say.
Also he touched the lids of the sore-eyed and they said his fingers were as ointment.
Externally, vesicant; used in form of ointment, or tincture.
The ointment has got to soak in, and the skin has got to be kept warm.
But Bothwell had managed to inject a fly into the ointment of my content.