Definition of Expellent

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Expellent

expeditiousness
expeditive
expeditor
expeditors
expel
expeled
expelee
expelees
expeling
expellable
expellant
expellants
expelled
expellee
expellees
expellent (current term)
expellents
expeller
expellers
expelleth
expelling
expellings
expels
expence
expences
expencive
expend
expendabilities
expendability
expendable

Literary usage of Expellent

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1. The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany (1819)
"... refrigerant and useful in fevers : the same is asserted of several species of cissus. Gentle emollient and expellent virtues are also ascribed to the ..."

2. The Science and art of obstetrics by Sheldon Leavitt (1901)
"CHAPTER X. PARTURIENT ANOMALIES REFERABLE TO THE expellent FORCES. Labor is said to be physiological in those cases wherein the natural forces are able to ..."

3. The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British India and Its Dependencies (1819)
"... and also employed by the Javanese, a large proportion of mucilage is combined with a diuretic and expellent property ; and in the abrät ..."

4. Obstetric accidents, emergencies, and operations by Louis Charles Cherot Boisliniere (1896)
"Several such crucial or stellate incisions are made, leaving the completion of the opening to the natural expellent forces, and in their absence using the ..."

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