Definition of Coaltar

1. a thick liquid derived from coal [n -S]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Coaltar

coally
coalman
coalmen
coalmice
coalmine
coalmines
coalmouse
coalpit
coalpits
coals
coals to Newcastle
coalsack
coalsacks
coalshed
coalsheds
coaltar (current term)
coaltars
coalworks
coaly
coalyard
coalyards
coaming
coamings
coamplified
coanalytic
coanchor
coanchored
coanchoring
coanchors
coannex

Literary usage of Coaltar

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

1. Practical Notes on the New American and Other Remedies by Richard Tuthill Massy (1876)
"The disinfectant properties of the coaltar Saponine are thus related ... "Injections were made three or four times a day with Emulsion of coaltar of the ..."

2. Sheep Farming in America by Joseph Elwyn Wing (1912)
"coaltar CREOSOTE. Good results have been obtained from a single dose of a 1 ... This solution is made by shaking together 1 ounce of coaltar creosote and 99 ..."

3. Handbook of Therapy by Oliver Thomas Osborne, Morris Fishbein (1918)
"Also, opium, or morphin in any form tends to inhibit free action of the bowels, which is undesirable. One of the best treatments is one of the coaltar ..."

4. The American Journal of Clinical Medicine (1906)
"5 well tried, will give the readers of Saponified coaltar drs. ... 5 and the injection was repeated in five Saponified coaltar drs. 5 days. ..."

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