Definition of Somnifacients

1. Noun. (plural of somnifacient) ¹



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Definition of Somnifacients

1. somnifacient [n] - See also: somnifacient

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Somnifacients

somnambulist
somnambulistic
somnambulistic trance
somnambulistically
somnambulists
somner
somners
somnial
somniate
somniated
somniates
somniative
somniatory
somniculous
somnifacient
somnifacients (current term)
somniferous
somniferously
somnific
somnifugous
somniloquence
somniloquies
somniloquism
somniloquisms
somniloquist
somniloquists
somniloquous
somniloquy
somnipathies
somnipathist

Literary usage of Somnifacients

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1. Therapeutics: Its Principles and Practice by Horatio Charles Wood (1908)
"IN the family somnifacients are placed in this treatise those drugs whose chief use in practical medicine is for the production of sleep. ..."

2. Therapeutics: its principles and practice by Horatio C. Wood (1906)
"IN the family somnifacients are placed in this treatise those drugs whose chief use in practical medicine is for the production of sleep. ..."

3. Therapeutics: its principles and practice by Horatio C. Wood (1906)
"IN the family somnifacients are placed in this treatise those drugs whose chief use in practical medicine is for the production of sleep. ..."

4. Pharmacology and Therapeutics for Students and Practitioners of Medicine by Horatio Charles Wood (1916)
"somnifacients. There appear to be at least three distinct sorts of intellectual activity ... This last group constitute the true somnifacients or hypnotics. ..."

5. Pharmacology and Therapeutics for Students and Practitioners of Medicine by Horatio Charles Wood (1916)
"somnifacients. There appear to be at least three • distinct sorts of intellectual ... This last group constitute the true somnifacients or hypnotics. ..."

6. Modern Materia Medica and Therapeutics by Arthur Albert Stevens (1903)
"... motor tract i the spinal cord and peripheral nerves to transmit to the mus cíes the excessive discharges emanating from the brain-cell somnifacients. ..."

7. Materia Medica and Therapeutics: A Manual for Students and Practitioners by Levi F. Warner (1892)
"HYPNOTICS (somnifacients). Into what two classes may these be divided? This class of drugs, known also as narcotics, may be subdivided into those which have ..."

8. The Actions of Drugs: A Course of Elementary Lectures for Students of Pharmacy by Torald Hermann Sollmann (1917)
"Ether, internally, acts as a diffusible stimulant and carminative, being taken as spirits of ether or Hoffmann's anodyne. HYPNOTICS OR somnifacients ..."

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