Noun(1) a substance that colors or dyes(2) an indication that something has been present(3) a quality of a given color that differs slightly from another color(4) (pharmacology
Verb(1) fill, as with a certain quality(2) stain or tinge with a slight amount of a color
(1) a bottle containing tincture of iodine(2) In 1944, I used to treat my Parkinsonism patients with tincture of stramonium (from jimsonweed) which was the only drug that we had.(3) Having said that, my last ear infection was treated in part with a tincture of vinegar and medicine suspended in oil (yes, I dropped vinaigrette in my ear).(4) No, it is not the tincture of laudanum I placed in my thin gruel.(5) The second tincture , a combination of common mallow, English yew and yarrow called AMT, tackles the emotional and energetic causes of the condition.(6) he's a rough diamond, especially after a tincture or two(7) During the nineteenth century, laudanum, made from a tincture of opium, was a popular sleeping aid, but it was known to be fatal in large doses.(8) This is a rather odd interpretation of the film since the barest tincture of right-wing patriotism as a theme is nowhere to be found in it.(9) she could not keep a tincture of bitterness out of her voice(10) To make it go down more easily, she suggests mixing the tincture with a morning glass of orange juice.(11) She bought a small bottle of stinging nettle tincture and placed one eyedropper-full twice a day under her tongue.(12) For instance, as a way of warding off grey hair, our anonymous beautician suggests a tonic of 1oz of castor oil, tincture of jaborandi (an American shrub) and 3oz of bay rum, applied every other night.(13) The tincture of opium might be useful, I supposed, for despair.(14) Podofilox and podophyllum in tincture of benzoin are available.(15) As to the tincture of opium (commonly called laudanum) that might certainly intoxicate if a man could bear to take enough of it; but why?(16) Our tincture of opium of today was developed from Sydenham's laudanum.
(1) tincture of iodine :: ヨードチンキ
1. solution ::
2. suspension ::
3. infusion ::
4. elixir ::
5. instill ::
6. infuse ::
7. impregnate ::
Different Formstincture, tinctured, tinctures, tincturing
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