Definition of Sinapisms

1. Noun. (plural of sinapism) ¹



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Definition of Sinapisms

1. sinapism [n] - See also: sinapism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sinapisms

sinalbin
sinalbins
sinamay
sinamine
sinapate
sinapates
sinapic
sinapic acid
sinapine
sinapines
sinapinic
sinapinic acid
sinapis
sinapisin
sinapism
sinapisms (current term)
sinapoleic
sinapoleic acid
sinapoline
sincalide
sincaline
since
since a long time ago
since when
sincere
sincerely
sincerely yours
sincereness
sincerenesses
sincerer

Literary usage of Sinapisms

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1. Yellow fever, considered in its historical, pathological, etiological, and by René La Roche (1855)
"By some they are used early to counteract congestion.4 " sinapisms," says Dr. Daniel, of Savannah, " have heretofore been used for their rubefacient virtue. ..."

2. Essays on infant therapeutics by John Brodhead Beck (1852)
"sinapisms. The same general precautions should be observed in the application of ... sinapisms are capable of producing great local irritation, ..."

3. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1836)
"400, we find an account of the successful application of sinapisms to the breasts in ... We beg leave to observe, that the application of sinapisms to the ..."

4. A Systematic Treatise, Historical, Etiological, and Practical, on the by Daniel Drake (1854)
"... resorted to cupping, blisters, and sinapisms. This gentle treatment was uniformly successful. Dr. G. understood that venesection and liberal doses of ..."

5. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1831)
"Trousseau and Blanc will be found useful in settling the proper method of using mustard for sinapisms. They were induced to make some careful experiments on ..."

6. Essays on infant therapeutics: To which are Added Observations on Ergot by John Brodhead Beck (1864)
"sinapisms. The same general precautions should be observed in the application of ... sinapisms are capable of producing great local irritation, ..."

7. Select Extra-tropical Plants Readily Eligible for Industrial Culture Or by Ferdinand von Mueller (1884)
"... and other purposes, especially sinapisms. In rich soil this plant is very prolific ; and in forest valleys it is likely to remain free from the attacks ..."

8. Select Extra-tropical Plants Readily Eligible for Industrial Culture Or by Ferdinand von Mueller (1884)
"... and other purposes, especially sinapisms. In rich soil this plant is very prolific ; and in forest valleys it is likely to remain free from the attacks ..."

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