Definition of Nostrums

1. Noun. (plural of nostrum) ¹



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Definition of Nostrums

1. nostrum [n] - See also: nostrum

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nostrums

nostrificate
nostrificated
nostrificates
nostrificating
nostrification
nostrifications
nostrified
nostrifies
nostrify
nostrifying
nostrilled
nostrils
nostrum
nostrum remedium
nostrums (current term)
nosuh
nosy
nosy-parker
nosy parker
nosybodies
nosybody
not
not-for-profit
not-for-profits
not-pologies
not-pology
not-thereness
not a chance
not a little

Literary usage of Nostrums

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1. Alcohol, Hygiene and Legislation by Edward Huntington Williams (1915)
"Similarly, the government and state laws permit the sale of nostrums ... It has been pointed out repeatedly that many of these nostrums contain not only a ..."

2. Report (1913)
"SECRET REMEDIES, nostrums AND FAKES. BY WS HUBBARD. Those of you who read in your daily papers such articles as: "How I Made My Hair Grow;" "The'Model's ..."

3. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1904)
"488. We had fine fun with Carlyle, who talked broad Scotch, and utter nonsense without end. His nostrums respecting law reform did not go unscathed. ..."

4. Annals of Medical History by Francis Randolph Packard (1920)
"THE LEGAL CONTROL OF THE SALE OF nostrums AND POISONS IN FRANCE DURING THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY Let it not be thought that there was no legislation for the ..."

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