Definition of Placeboes

1. Noun. (plural of placebo) ¹



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Definition of Placeboes

1. placebo [n] - See also: placebo

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Placeboes

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Literary usage of Placeboes

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1. On Pain Suffering: Reminiscences, Musings and Reflections by Walter Prytulak (2001)
"... quack remedies differ only in one respect: the science-based placeboes require a prescription. Over the counter drugs, health foods, herbs, vitamins, ..."

2. The Physician Himself and what He Should Add to His Scientific Acquirements by Daniel Webster Cathell (1885)
"These can either be given as globules, or put between paper, crushed, and given as powders; they make cleanly, convenient placeboes for office use, ..."

3. The History of the Reformation of Religion in Scotland by John Knox, William M'Gavin (1841)
"Yet before the end, one thing is to be noted, to wit, that among so many placeboes, we mean the flatterers of the court, there was not one that plainly ..."

4. The Physician Himself: And what He Should Add to the Strictly Scientific by Daniel Webster Cathell (1882)
"You will find that your placeboes not only amuse and satisfy people, but you will be surprised to hear that some full-of-faith persons are chanting your ..."

5. The Peninsular Journal of Medicine edited by John Jolliffe Mulheron, Theodore Frelinghuysen Kerr (1875)
"This brings us to the consideration of the second part of our subject, the relation which placeboes bear to Conservative Medicine. ..."

6. On Pain Suffering: Reminiscences, Musings and Reflections by Walter Prytulak (2001)
"... quack remedies differ only in one respect: the science-based placeboes require a prescription. Over the counter drugs, health foods, herbs, vitamins, ..."

7. The Physician Himself and what He Should Add to His Scientific Acquirements by Daniel Webster Cathell (1885)
"These can either be given as globules, or put between paper, crushed, and given as powders; they make cleanly, convenient placeboes for office use, ..."

8. The History of the Reformation of Religion in Scotland by John Knox, William M'Gavin (1841)
"Yet before the end, one thing is to be noted, to wit, that among so many placeboes, we mean the flatterers of the court, there was not one that plainly ..."

9. The Physician Himself: And what He Should Add to the Strictly Scientific by Daniel Webster Cathell (1882)
"You will find that your placeboes not only amuse and satisfy people, but you will be surprised to hear that some full-of-faith persons are chanting your ..."

10. The Peninsular Journal of Medicine edited by John Jolliffe Mulheron, Theodore Frelinghuysen Kerr (1875)
"This brings us to the consideration of the second part of our subject, the relation which placeboes bear to Conservative Medicine. ..."

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