Definition of Catholicons

1. Noun. (plural of catholicon) ¹



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Definition of Catholicons

1. catholicon [n] - See also: catholicon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Catholicons

catholicate
catholicates
catholicise
catholicism
catholicities
catholicity
catholicize
catholicized
catholicizes
catholicizing
catholickly
catholicly
catholicness
catholicoi
catholicon
catholicons (current term)
catholicos
catholicoses
catholics
catholiquely
catholysis
cathood
cathoods
cathouse
cathouses
caths
cation
cation-anion difference
cation-exchange resin
cation exchange

Literary usage of Catholicons

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1. The Mineral Waters of the United States and Canada: With a Map and Plates by John Jennings Moorman (1867)
"Doubtless, like results occasionally take place from the employment of the various panaceas or catholicons of the age. But where we meet with one case in ..."

2. The Virginia Springs, and Springs of the South and West by John Jennings Moorman (1859)
"like the much-extolled catholicons of the day, unaided by other appliances, and in despite of scientific directions and all the rules of art, ..."

3. The Aesculapian Register: 1824. [Vol. 1, Nos. 1-26, June 17-Dec. 9, 1824]. (1824)
"To take up more of our Register with these particulars, would be unnecessary, especially as we have a long list of Panaceas and catholicons in store, ..."

4. Quiz Questions on the History of Medicine by Thomas Lindsley Bradford (1898)
"Reflections upon catholicons, or universal medicines. London: T. Osborne, 1749. (Contains account of Bishop Berkeley's Tar Water.) LAMOTTE, C. Essay on the ..."

5. The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series by Alexander Chalmers, Samuel Johnson (1810)
"Here the great masters of the healing-art, """ These mighty mock defrauders of the tomb, Spite of their juleps and catholicons, Resign to fate,—Proud . ..."

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