Definition of Sanguinarias

1. sanguinaria [n] - See also: sanguinaria



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sanguinarias

sanguifacient
sanguiferous
sanguification
sanguifications
sanguified
sanguifier
sanguifies
sanguifluous
sanguify
sanguifying
sanguigenous
sanguinaceous
sanguinaria
sanguinarian
sanguinarians
sanguinarias (current term)
sanguinarily
sanguinarine
sanguinariness
sanguinary
sanguinary ant
sanguine
sanguined
sanguineless
sanguinely
sanguineness
sanguinenesses
sanguineous
sanguineous cyst
sanguines

Literary usage of Sanguinarias

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1. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1867)
"It will be well to set the two sanguinarias in separate pots ; in the autumn ... Shake the pot to settle it well, and water as you did l he sanguinarias. ..."

2. Materia Medica and Therapeutics: A Manual for Students and Practitioners by Levi F. Warner (1892)
"Tinctura sanguinarias, 16 per cent., dose n\,x-xx. What are the physiological effects of sanguinaria? Locally, it is a decided irritant, causing violent ..."

3. Selections from favorite prescriptions of living American practitioners by Horace Green (1860)
"sanguinarias Sat. Tinct. ... It tends to improve the digestive organs, and to increase the peristaltic action. 86. ty Tinct. sanguinarias Sat. ..."

4. Materia medica of India and their therapeutics by Rustomjee Naserwanjee Khory, Nanabhai Navrosji Katrak, . (1903)
"Extractum sanguinarias fluidum ; fluid extract of sanguinaria. Dose—2 to 5 ms. ; as expectorant anil stimulant. Tinctura sanguinarias ..."

5. An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language by Walter William Skeat (1893)
"... bloudy,' Cot. from Lat. sanguinarias. SANHEDRIM, the highest council of the Jews. (Heb.,-Gk.) In Todd's Johnson, who cites from Patrick's Commentary on ..."

6. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1867)
"It will be well to set the two sanguinarias in separate pots ; in the autumn ... Shake the pot to settle it well, and water as you did l he sanguinarias. ..."

7. Materia Medica and Therapeutics: A Manual for Students and Practitioners by Levi F. Warner (1892)
"Tinctura sanguinarias, 16 per cent., dose n\,x-xx. What are the physiological effects of sanguinaria? Locally, it is a decided irritant, causing violent ..."

8. Selections from favorite prescriptions of living American practitioners by Horace Green (1860)
"sanguinarias Sat. Tinct. ... It tends to improve the digestive organs, and to increase the peristaltic action. 86. ty Tinct. sanguinarias Sat. ..."

9. Materia medica of India and their therapeutics by Rustomjee Naserwanjee Khory, Nanabhai Navrosji Katrak, . (1903)
"Extractum sanguinarias fluidum ; fluid extract of sanguinaria. Dose—2 to 5 ms. ; as expectorant anil stimulant. Tinctura sanguinarias ..."

10. An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language by Walter William Skeat (1893)
"... bloudy,' Cot. from Lat. sanguinarias. SANHEDRIM, the highest council of the Jews. (Heb.,-Gk.) In Todd's Johnson, who cites from Patrick's Commentary on ..."

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