from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. lint, especially when made into a tent for insertion into wounds or ulcers
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Lint; esp., lint made into a tent for insertion into wounds or ulcers.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In surgery, lint; a tent for a wound.
Wallenstein is next to play a joke on Koho, putting linament in a bottle of Scotch.
I also found that what works well besides RICE rest,ice,compression,elevation is – oddly – horse linament.
One of them tasted (to me) like the smell of linament.
Jack re-corked the bottle of linament he had been massaging into his horse's legs.
Time dragged; Danny stayed glued, smelling linament, feeling his muscle aches return.
Danny drove home, checked to make sure his files and pictures were secure in their hiding place, hot-showered and daubed linament on the bruises that were starting to form on his back.
When they were ill the doctor would be sent for or "Old Mistis" would come to the cabins bringing her basket of oil, pills, and linament.
You will not expect me to speak on politics -- I have just escaped from that briar-patch, and I am still using linament.
On the other hand, I pride myself on being a good judge of character, and he carried Nobility in every linament.
In marching column, six or eight abreast, five thousand men carrying arms with head erect, a resolute determination born of conviction depicted in linament of feature and expression.
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