quinine

[ kwahy-nahyn, kwin-ahyn or, esp. British, kwi-neen ]SEE DEFINITION OF quinine
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Well, shove in quinine, and keep him quiet, with hot bottles to his feet.

Which would be better to give him, quinine, or aconite and belladonna?

But I fully believed that quinine was of very great use indeed.

The lower of the two, in one of its compartments, contained our provision of quinine.

Sulphate of quinine is made by the use of sulphuric acid as a solvent.

In 1638, quinine, derived from this bark, was introduced into Europe as a cure for malaria.

I swallowed all my stock of aspirin and quinine but without relief.

I guess that quinine saved me—I would like to have Sears know about it.

Among others is the chinchona-tree, from which quinine is obtained.

Try to get a little iron and quinine into your constitution.

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