Definition of Amygdals
1. amygdal [n] - See also: amygdal
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Amygdals
Literary usage of Amygdals
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Essentials of Materia Medica, Therapeutics, and Prescription Writing by Henry Morris (1899)
"OLEUM amygdals AMAR^E—OIL OF BITTER ALMOND. What are the effects, uses, ... AQUA amygdals AMAR.E (bitter almond water) contains ^ of 1 per cent, of the oil, ..."
2. A Reprint of Annual Reports and Other Papers on the Geology of the Virginias by William Barton Rogers (1884)
"Th< se specks are small amygdals, the exterior being a semi-transparent yellowish green matter like quartz, the centre being ..."
3. The British Pharmacopoeia by General Medical Council (Great Britain) (1885)
"OLEUM amygdals. Almond Oil. The oil expressed from the bitter or sweet almond. Characters. — Thin, pale yellow, nearly inodorous, with » bland oleaginous ..."
4. The New Hydropathic Cook-book: With Recipes for Cooking on Hygienic Principles by Russell Thacher Trall (1854)
"The Peach (amygdals persica) is a native of Persia. The tree is of rapid growth but short-lived. It often Dears fruit the third year, and in some instances ..."