Definition of Honeys

1. Noun. (plural of honey) ¹



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Definition of Honeys

1. honey [v] - See also: honey

Lexicographical Neighbors of Honeys

honeylike
honeylocust
honeylocusts
honeymaking
honeymoon
honeymoon period
honeymooned
honeymooner
honeymooners
honeymooning
honeymoons
honeypie
honeypies
honeypots
honeys (current term)
honeystone
honeysuck
honeysucker
honeysuckers
honeysuckle
honeysuckle family
honeysuckled
honeysuckles
honeysucks
honeytrap
honeytraps
honeyware
honeywort
honeyworts

Literary usage of Honeys

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

1. THe Edinburgh New Dispensatory: Containing I. The Elements of Pharmaceutical by Andrew Duncan, William Lewis (1806)
"... the number of medicated honeys has been much diminished, and then* place in ... Medicated honeys are known to be of a proper confidence, by allowing a ..."

2. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1896)
"ON THE ESTIMATION OF LEVULOSE IN honeys AND OTHER SUBSTANCES. BY HW WILEY. Received September 30, 1895. A SIMPLE optical method for the estimation of ..."

3. Quantitative Chemical Analysis by C. Remigius Fresenius (1903)
"... MOLASSES, honeys, AND OTHER LIQUID AND SEMI- LIQUID PRODUCTS (PROVISIONAL METHOD).—Prepare pumice stone hi two grades of fineness. ..."

4. Summarized Proceedings ... and a Directory of Members by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1886)
"NOTE ON THE ESTIMATION OF WATER IN GLUCOSES, honeys, ETC. By Prof. HW WILEY and FV BROADBENT, US Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC [ABSTRACT. ..."

5. Principles of Pharmacy by Henry Vinecome Arny (1917)
"CHAPTER XII SOLUTIONS, MUCILAGES, SYRUPS, AND honeys SOLUTIONS SOLUTIONS constitute that class of Pharmaceuticals defined as " ous solutions of non-volatile ..."

6. A Treatise on Pharmacy for Students and Pharmacists by Charles Caspari, Evander Francis Kelly (1920)
"MUCILAGES, honeys, JUICES, GLYCERITES AND VINEGARS. MUCILAGES. THE preparations recognized in pharmacy under this name, which should not be confused with ..."

7. The London Medical Gazette (1833)
"... and medicated honeys of the Hall ; may tears (of amber and other costly gums) be ... honeys ..."

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