pharmacopolist love

Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. One who sells medicines; an apothecary.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who sells medicines; an apothecary.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A dealer in drugs or medicines; an apothecary.

Etymologies

Latin pharmacopola (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • “Good Heaven! how unfortunate!” said Lady Penelope, with a deep sigh, and sinking down on one of the little sofas in an attitude of shocking desolation, which called the instant attention of Mr. Pott and his good woman, the first uncorking a small phial of salts, for he was a pharmacopolist as well as vender of literature and transmitter of letters, and the other hastening for a glass of water.

    Saint Ronan's Well

  • No pharmacopolist could sell one grain of hellebore—not a single armorer had a heart to forge one instrument of death.

    23. A Fragment

  • I requested of a little boy who was pounding some stuff in a mortar, that he would procure me an audience of this learned pharmacopolist.

    Rob Roy

  • When he entered the shop, the pharmacopolist was much surprised, and said, with a congratulatory grin at the great man, "Dear me, Squire O'Grady, I'm delighted to see you."

    Handy Andy, Volume One A Tale of Irish Life, in Two Volumes

  • "Good Heaven! how unfortunate!" said Lady Penelope, with a deep sigh, and sinking down on one of the little sofas in an attitude of shocking desolation, which called the instant attention of Mr. Pott and his good woman, the first uncorking a small phial of salts, for he was a pharmacopolist as well as vender of literature and transmitter of letters, and the other hastening for a glass of water.

    St. Ronan's Well

  • No pharmacopolist could sell one grain of hellebore, - not a single armourer had a heart to forge one instrument of death; - Friendship and Virtue met together, and kiss'd each other in the street; the golden age returned, and hung over the town of Abdera - every

    A Sentimental Journey

  • No pharmacopolist could sell one grain of hellebore, -- not a single armourer had a heart to forge one instrument of death; -- Friendship and Virtue met together, and kiss'd each other in the street; the golden age returned, and hung over the town of Abdera -- every

    A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy

  • “It was by your Ladyship’s orders, transmitted by Randal, as he can bear witness,” replied Doctor Lundin; “nay, I am only like the pharmacopolist, who compounds the drugs after the order of the mediciner.”

    The Abbot

  • No pharmacopolist could sell one grain of hellebore, — not a single armourer had a heart to forge one instrument of death; — Friendship and Virtue met together, and kiss’d each other in the street; the golden age returned, and hung over the town of Abdera — every Abderite took his eaten pipe, and every Abderitish woman left her purple web, and chastely sat her down and listened to the song.

    A sentimental journey through France and Italy

  • "Noble lady," replied the pharmacopolist, "I am but a simple and poor doctor, wid such little fame as it has pleased Got to pestow for mine enteavors to miticate de distemperatures and maladies and infirmities which de fall of man, in de days of Adam, de august progenitor of de human races, has prought upon all his children.

    Rob of the bowl : a legend of St. Inigoe's,

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