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  • n. Plural form of febrifuge.

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Examples

  • Sweatroot, featherfern, all the febrifuges that had been traditional remedies since Records began. comfrey, aconite, thyme, hissop, ezob.

    Artichoke

  • Oh, the stock of febrifuges he wanted, and the wine and food staples were understandable, but he instructed Campen to bring Anella, and "her family" as he put it, into the safety of the Hold.

    Artichoke

  • Lucy unloaded her jellies and her febrifuges, Mr Crawley frowning at her bitterly the while.

    Framley Parsonage

  • Dr.H. adds, “Various plants of this natural order are reputed powerful febrifuges, and some of them are said to equal the cinchona in their effects.”

    Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa

  • There are particular Fakirs famous for love receipts; others for febrifuges, &c.

    Travels in Nubia

  • They, too, have ready — having often proved their consolatory efficacy — their febrifuges and their tonics, culled from that tree of life whose ‘leaves are for the healing of the nations.’

    Wylder's Hand

  • Oh, the stock of febrifuges he wanted, and the wine and food staples were understandable, but he in - structed Campen to bring Anella, and "her fam - ily" as he put it, into the safety of the Hold.

    Nerilka's Story

  • Sweatroot, featherfem, all the febrifuges that had been traditional remedies since Records began.

    Nerilka's Story

  • Cadfael took some thought over filling his scrip, for he had medicines, salves and febrifuges not to be found in every infirmary cupboard, and the commoner sorts Bromfield could provide.

    The Virgin In The Ice

  • Internal treatment consists in the exhibition of suitable febrifuges and the administration of a dose of aloes.

    Diseases of the Horse's Foot

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