embrocation

Part of speech: noun

A liniment, or its application.

Part of speech: verb

Embrocate.

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Usage examples "embrocation":

  1. The following embrocation may be applied to the spine, ears, belly, and legs:- Oil of cedar, 1 ounce. - "The American Reformed Cattle Doctor", George Dadd.
  2. Dion had never happened to tell Daventry about Jimmy Clarke's strained hip and his own application of Elliman's embrocation. - "In the Wilderness", Robert Hichens.
  3. My husband is rheumatic, and finds Tarver's embrocation do him more good than anything. - "The Revolution in Tanner's Lane", Mark Rutherford.