Definition of Coctions

1. Noun. (plural of coction) ¹



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Definition of Coctions

1. coction [n] - See also: coction

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coctions

cocreation
cocreational
cocreations
cocreator
cocreators
cocrystal
cocrystallisation
cocrystallisations
cocrystallization
cocrystallizations
cocrystallize
cocrystallized
cocrystals
coctile
coction
coctions (current term)
cocto-
coctolabile
coctostabile
cocultivate
cocultivated
cocultivates
cocultivating
cocultivation
cocultivations
coculture
cocultured
cocultures
coculturing
cocurator

Literary usage of Coctions

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1. Magazine of Natural History edited by John Claudius Loudon, Edward Charlesworth, John Denson (1840)
"motion, which obliges it to several coctions, it turns it presently to a vegetable, or if it makes two ..."

2. Original Letters, Illustrative of English History: Including Numerous Royal by Henry Ellis (1825)
"... ointments, waters, lotions, dc. coctions, and poultices, made by the King himself and his physicians. It begins with “the King's Majesty's own Plastic. ..."

3. Writing of Today: Models of Journalistic Prose by Gerhard Richard Lomer, John William Cunliffe (1915)
"The indubitable fact remains of stage manipulation can give their con- that Mary Slade was a bad wife, and coctions illusion. ..."

4. Travels in West Africa: Congo Francais, Corisco and Cameroons by Mary Henrietta Kingsley, Albert Carl Ludwig Gotthilf Günther, William Forsell Kirby (1897)
"... and con- • coctions of messes to make you a new protecting charm. Human eye-balls, particularly of white men, I have already said are a great charm. ..."

5. A Treatise on Insanity: In which are Contained the Principles of a New and by Philippe Pinel (1806)
"How many thousands of lives have been lost while the- medical attendant has been indolently waiting upon the coctions and concoctions of the vis medicatrix ..."

6. Our Tropical Possessions in Malayan India: Being a Descriptive Account of by John Cameron (1865)
"The shell of the fruit is strongly astringent, and do- coctions of it are used by the natives in bowel complaints. Two varieties of mango, ..."

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