Definition of Apozem

1. n. A decoction or infusion.



Definition of Apozem

1. Noun. (medicine obsolete) A decoction or infusion. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Apozem

1. a medicine obtained by boiling [n -S]

Medical Definition of Apozem

1. A decoction or infusion. Origin: L. Apozema, Gr, fr. To extract by boiling; from + boil. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Apozem

apotheosised
apotheosises
apotheosising
apotheosize
apotheosized
apotheosizes
apotheosizing
apotome
apotreptic
apotreptics
apotropaic
apotropaically
apotropaism
apoxia
apozem (current term)
apozems
app
appaid
appair
appaired
appairing
appairs
appal
appalachian region
appaled
appaling
appall
appalled
appalling

Literary usage of Apozem

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1. Historical and Biographical Essays by John Forster (1858)
"Of the rest of the satire we shall perhaps intimate enough if we mention little apozem the apothecary, who so admires a slow fever, especially if it he ..."

2. Glossary of Terms and Phrases by Henry Percy Smith (1883)
"It is said to be incumple* when it is of separate objects ; complex when of objects related to each other. apozem. ..."

3. The Medical Adviser: And Guide to Health and Long Life by Alexander Burnett (1824)
"Peace, apozem, or treat your betters with proper respect ! ... apozem. Well, but I hope you will allow that a university-doctor— ..."

4. The Minor Theatre: Being a Collection of the Most Approved Farces, Operas (1794)
"apozem. Ay, that was doing of business. Julep. Ah! that's a sweet pretty ... apozem. But, amongst all now, old Nat Night, shade is the man for my money. ..."

5. The British Drama: Comprehending the Best Plays in the English Language by Sir Walter Scott, Walter Scott (1804)
"Well said, little apozem ! you have discernment, I see. Her disease is a lethargy ... Üb, Julep, apozem ! Could they but coït the water of this laud, ..."

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