Definition of Talwin
1. Noun. Analgesic drug (trade name Talwin) that is less addictive than morphine.
Generic synonyms: Analgesic, Anodyne, Pain Pill, Painkiller
Language type: Trade Name
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Literary usage of Talwin
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The ʻAwārifu-l-maā̇rif, Written in the Thirteenth Century by ... Shaikh by ʻUmar ibn Muḥammad Suhrawardī (1891)
"talwin signifieth:— the subjugating of the heart between manifestation and ... Possessor of talwin, they call not:— him, who shall not have passed beyond ..."
2. The Annual Monitor for ... , Or, Obituary of the Members of the Society of by Joseph Joshua Green (1866)
"1866 JOHN talwin SHEWELL, 84 4 fi mo. 1866 Rushmere, near Ipswich. A Minister. John talwin Shewell, the eldest son of Thomas and Ann Shewell (formerly ..."
3. The English Catalogue of Books by Sampson Low (1901)
"99 Morris (Alice talwin)—The Troubles of Tatters, and other Stories. Illus. by Alice B. Woodward. 4to. ..."
4. A Descriptive Catalogue of Friends' Books: Or Books Written by Members of by Joseph Smith (1867)
"... John talwin, of Ipswich, son of THOMAS and SHEWELL (formerly talwin), was born in London in the year 1782. A Minister. - A Tribute to the memory of ..."
5. A Descriptive Catalogue of Friends' Books: Or Books Written by Members of by Joseph Smith (1893)
"SHEWELL, John talwin, of Ipswich. MEMOIR of the late JOHN talwin SHEWELL, to which is appended Notes of his Italian Journey, and fugitive Poems. ..."
6. The Drug Connection in U. S.-Mexican Relations edited by Guadalupe Gonzalez, Marta Tienda (1996)
"manufacturer's reformulation of the product (trade name talwin) with the addition of the opiate antagonist naloxone in December ..."
7. The Biographical Magazine: Containing Portraits of Eminent and Ingenious (1820)
"Fortunately, his attention to medical lectures was now so much noticed by Dr. George Fordyce and Mr. Else, that, the good opinion of Mr. talwin being ..."
8. A Walk from London to Fulham by Thomas Crofton Croker (1860)
"became assistant to Mr. Thomas talwin, an apothecary in Gracechurch Street, of the same religious persuasion as his grandfather, and succeeded Mr. talwin in ..."