Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of lozenge.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • For me, the lozenges were a waste of money, they did not lessen my "wanting" to smoke ... plus they tasted pretty gross.

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  • The lozenges are a dark red color, are round and smooth, and don't irritate my tongue or mouth while sucking on them.

    Epinions Recent Content for Home

  • Really, the impending trip to Canada has me very preoccupied as I gather all the things my daughters have requested, such as lozenges, socks I spent 40 bucks on socks at Target yesterday which is, sadly, not hard to do and warmer clothes for the ladies to ...

    July « 2007 « The Life and Times of Organic Mama

  • Further, "electronic cigarettes" currently are unregulated in the U.S., unlike other products intended to deliver nicotine to smokers such as lozenges, gum and patches.

    innovations-report

  • Thirteen Things about Organic Mama‘s Life: 1. Really, the impending trip to Canada has me very preoccupied as I gather all the things my daughters have requested, such as lozenges, socks I spent 40 bucks on socks at Target yesterday which is, sadly, not hard to do and warmer clothes for the ladies to better withstand the Canadian hinterlands.

    Thursday Thirteen « The Life and Times of Organic Mama

  • Those are cough drops, not "lozenges".) in the past hour.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • Participants were randomly assigned to take either zinc supplements lozenges, tablets, or syrup or a placebo soon after getting cold symptoms.

    Zinc for the common cold gets some support

  • Zinc syrup or lozenges taken within a day of the first symptoms reduce the severity and length of the illness, the researchers concluded.

    Got a cold? Think zinc, report concludes

  • That brought back not only the chaw and snuff but also saw the rise of tobacco as dissolvable candy-like lozenges, tablets and breath strips, as well as sticks similar to toothpicks.

    Glenn D. Braunstein, M.D.: Chew on This: The Real Dangers of Smokeless Tobacco

  • Nicotine patches, gum, lozenges and inhalers help patients avoid an abrupt withdrawal when they quit smoking; Medicaid typically pays for two 12-week trials per year.

    Helping the Mentally Ill to Quit Smoking

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