Definition of Cold medicine
1. Noun. Medicine intended to relieve the symptoms of the common cold.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Cold Medicine
Literary usage of Cold medicine
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Natural Philosophy of Chu Hsi (1130-1200) by Yung Sik Kim (2000)
"He said that, though taking a cold medicine for a hot disease and a hot medicine for a cold disease is "the constant //," there also are times when "having ..."
2. Medical Advocate (1885)
"When asked how he knew it was a "cold" medicine he replied, "Oh, because when you give it to a dog, it shakes and shivers to death!"—Horn. World. NOTES. ..."
3. Treatment of Opiate Addiction Using Methadone: A Counselor's Manual by Michael J. McCann, Richard A. Rawson, Jeanne L. Obert (1995)
"used Nyquil (or other cold medicine with alcohol.") An ingestion of Nyquil or similar cold medicine within an hour or two prior to breath testing may result ..."
4. The anatomy of melancholy, by Democritus iunior by Robert Burton (1838)
"32) forbids cold medicine-. ' cause they increase obstructions, and other bad symptômes. Bul this >s as the parties do ; and 'tis not easie to determine ..."
5. Life and Light for Woman by Woman's Board of Missions (1902)
"... Would the doctor teacher be very careful to give her cold medicine; if sli should eat hot medicine they feared she could not get well. ..."