- n. Plural form of preventative.
“Fortunately for Mrs. Wettin, the present governmental figure-head, jolly old Liz either availed herself of some of the "preventatives" so extensively advertised in "great family newspapers," or neglected to own her illegitimate offspring.”
“Don't mess around with fleas, a 6 dollar pill from your vet kills all the fleas on your pet in a few minutes and monthly flea preventatives are recommended after that.”
“Xylene can be found in cigarette smoke, paint removers, varnish, shellac, and rust preventatives.”
“(Indeed, the most rational argument for a fat tax is that it would greatly increase the incentive for pharmaceutical companies to research more effective preventatives for obesity.)”
“When proven preventatives against the spread of AIDS were marginalized in favor of unrealistic abstention programs, the incidence of AIDS only increased.”
“These drugs aren't used as preventatives, but rather you take them when you feel an attack coming on.”
“Dr. Allan explained that medical science is still trying to isolate causes and preventatives of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.”
“The effectiveness of such programs in the developed world has been proven, and every piece of evidence we have shows that, of existing preventatives, condoms have no equal.”
“By sharing their medical histories and genetic information they hope to speed the search for cures and preventatives.”
“Hmm...those preventatives - with the poop and the urine and the dead animals.”
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