Definition of Antiscorbutics

1. Noun. (plural of antiscorbutic) ¹



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Definition of Antiscorbutics

1. antiscorbutic [n] - See also: antiscorbutic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Antiscorbutics

antisceptic
antisceptics
antischistosomal
antischolarship
antischool
antiscia
antiscience
antisciences
antiscientific
antiscientifically
antiscion
antiscolic
antiscorbutic
antiscorbutic vitamin
antiscorbutical
antiscorbutics (current term)
antiscreening
antiscriptural
antiscuff
antiseborrheic
antisecession
antisecrecy
antisecretories
antisecretory
antisecular
antisecurity
antisegregation
antisegregationist
antisegregationists
antiseismic

Literary usage of Antiscorbutics

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1. The Retrospect of Medicine by William Braithwaite (1869)
"... AND THE ACTION OF THE DIFFERENT SO-CALLED antiscorbutics. By Dr. ARCHER FARR. There have been many speculations with regard to the cause of scurvy: one ..."

2. The Practitioner's Pharmacopoeia and Universal Formulary ...: With an by John Ambrose Foote (1855)
"... change of air and scene, and in fact whatever will invigorate the frame, will act as antiscorbutics. ANTISEPTICS. This term is applied to such medicines ..."

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