Sorry, no definitions found.
“He took his powder-horn and filled a little funnel (like the funnels once used by chemists for filling bottles of cough-mixture) with the powder.”
“I insist on somebody else in the house having cough-mixture too.”
“His father's just out of an illness, and keeps a cough on the chest because he can't afford a warm waistcoat or the only cough-mixture that cures him ....”
“All this the industrious woman narrated in a low and pleasant voice, while the wide-eyed Regent attended and at the proper intervals gulped his cough-mixture.”
““This, I suppose, is your cough-mixture,” said the Countess, examining the bottle.”
“` ` This, I suppose, is your cough-mixture, '' said the Countess, examining the bottle.”
“` ` In the Baron's desire to spare your feelings, '' replied Mr Bunker, gravely, ` ` he has been a little inaccurate; that is not precisely an ordinary cough-mixture. '”
“Dr. Disbrow, she told him, had been in the previous evening, and had told her to take heart about Jim, and left her enough money to get along for a week -- and a wonderful new cough-mixture that he'd put up for her special.”
“Why, you are like the quack who offered a cough-mixture which was to cure instantaneously, and could hardly get the promise out for coughing.”
“An array of doctor's tinctures, gargles, and tonics, stood on one side, while on the other were a number of home-made concoctions in disused wine-bottles, such as a paregoric cough-mixture, and a cooling draught to be taken the first thing in the morning, which last pretended to be lemonade, but in reality contained a number of medicinal powders.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘cough-mixture’.
Looking for tweets for cough-mixture.