pharmaceutic[ fahr-muh-soo-ti-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF pharmaceutic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PHARMACEUTIC
It was not by his pharmaceutic prescriptions that he gained his great name.
Yet they have been imitated by most of the pharmaceutic houses.
This whole observation on the pharmaceutic value of pride of the meadows is taken from Tissot's "Traité sur les Nerfs."
To my wife he gave the pharmaceutic recipes of his own land, to my daughter he taught the melodies of the Ukraine.
However, the pharmaceutic and therapeutic details of the treatise have been somewhat overlooked.
It is time for the medical and pharmaceutic professions to unite, and unmask this monster, and show the public its true nature.
It is cheap and excellent for domestic, industrial and pharmaceutic use.
1640s (pharmaceutic in the same sense is from 1540s), from Late Latin pharmaceuticus "of drugs," from Greek pharmakeutikos, from pharmakeus "preparer of drugs, poisoner" (see pharmacy). Related: Pharmaceuticals; pharmaceutically.