Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In medicine, a draught; a potion.
  • n. In civil law, the right of drawing water, and of access to the place of drawing.

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Examples

  • Nam et fruges aqu� miscere in potum didicerunt, et simplicis aqu� haustus oderunt.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Nam et fruges aquæ miscere in potum didicerunt, et simplicis aquæ haustus oderunt.

    A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas

  • PERFECT ENDS IN - SĪ. saepiō saepīre saepsī saeptus _hedge in_ sanciō sancīre sānxī sānctus _ratify_ vinciō vincīre vinxī vinctus _bind_ amiciō amicīre ---- amictus _envelop_ fulciō fulcīre fulsī fultus _prop up_ referciō refercīre refersī refertus _fill_ sarciō sarcīre sarsī sartus _patch_ hauriō haurīre hausī haustus _draw_ sentiō sentīre sēnsī sēnsus _feel_

    New Latin Grammar

  • [81] _Pindarici fontis qui non expalluit haustus ....

    The History of Roman Literature From the earliest period to the death of Marcus Aurelius

  • Why does not the cheated publican beg leave to check the gulosity of his defrauder with a repetatur haustus, and the pummelled plaintiff neutralise the malice of his adversary, by requesting to have the rest of the beating in presence of the court, -- if it is not that such conduct would run counter to all the conclusions of experience, and be the procreation of the mischief it affected to destroy?

    Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches — Volume 2

  • I took one of the measures, and putting in a little green, a little blue, and a little white liquid from the medicine bottles generally used by Mr Brookes, filled it up with water, poured the mixture into the vial, corked and labelled it, _haustus statim sumendus_, and handed it over the counter to the old woman.

    Japhet in Search of a Father

  • I took one of the measures, and putting in a little green, a little blue, and a little white liquid from the medicine bottles generally used by Mr Brookes, filled it up with water, poured the mixture into the vial, corked, and labelled it, _haustus statim sumendus_, and handed it over the counter to the old woman.

    Japhet, in Search of a Father

  • Noster enim ex hispanico ac masorethico codice est haustus, Soncinensis ex germanico et amasoretico, ac maxima est inter utrum - que dissensio, ut patet ex utraque collatione, Kennicottiana ac nostra, lu - culentissime.

    Annales Hebraeo-typographici sec. XV

  • nullaque in infausto nascitur herba solo. non panis, non haustus aquae, non ultimus ignis:

    Corsica

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