Definition of Tinctures

1. Noun. (plural of tincture) ¹



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Definition of Tinctures

1. tincture [v] - See also: tincture

Lexicographical Neighbors of Tinctures

tinct
tinctable
tincted
tincting
tinction
tinctorial
tinctorially
tincts
tinctumutation
tinctura
tincturation
tincture
tincture of iodine
tincture of opium
tinctured
tinctures
tincturing
tind
tindal
tindals
tinded
tinder
tinder-box
tinder-boxes
tinder box
tinderbox
tinderboxes
tindered
tindering
tinders

Literary usage of Tinctures

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Pharmaceutical Journal by Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1846)
"ON A NEW METHOD OF PREPARING MEDICATED Tinctures. ... The application of this principle to the preparation of medicated tinctures, and the use of a bag to ..."

2. A Treatise on Pharmacy for Students and Pharmacists by Charles Caspari, Evander Francis Kelly (1920)
"Tinctures. TINCTURE is the name applied to solutions of non-volatile or only partially ... While tinctures are usually assumed to be solutions of vegetable ..."

3. A Treatise on pharmacy for students and pharmacists by Charles Caspari (1895)
"Tinctures. TINCTURE is the name applied to solutions of non-volatile or only partially volatile substances, in liquids other than simple water or glycerin, ..."

4. A Treatise on Pharmacy for Students and Pharmacists by Charles Caspari (1906)
"Tinctures. TINCTURE is the name applied to solutions of non-volatile or only partially ... While tinctures arc usually assumed to be solutions of vegetable ..."

5. Commercial Organic Analysis: A Treatise on the Properties, Proximate by Alfred Henry Allen, Henry Leffmann (1898)
"The tinctures and spirits of chloroform, ether, aconite, ferric chloride, ... -920) is directed to be used in making the tinctures of orange-peel, ..."

6. Commercial Organic Analysis: A Treatise on the Properties, Proximate by Alfred Henry Allen, Henry Leffmann, Joseph Merritt Matthews (1898)
"The tinctures and spirits of chloroform, ether, aconite, ferric chloride, ... '920) is directed to be used in making the tinctures of orange-peel, ..."

7. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention, American Pharmaceutical Association Meeting (1870)
"It was then thought that the addition of glycerine to the menstruum might render the resulting tinctures miscible with water, and accordingly tinctures of ..."

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