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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of physic.

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Examples

  • While the mullah glowered over the camp from the cave mouth or fulminated from the Quran or fought with other mullahs with words for weapons and abuse for argument, he bandaged and lanced and poulticed and physicked until his head swam with weariness.

    In The Time Of Light

  • In this memorandum two indisputable items figured up over three hundred francs, — one for the doctor, the other for the apothecary who had attended and physicked Eponine and Azelma through two long illnesses.

    Les Miserables

  • Pildrafto, the Court Physician, had killed Giglio right out, but he only bled and physicked him so severely that the Prince was kept to his room for several months, and grew as thin as a post.

    The Rose and the Ring

  • And it may be said of him that the labour he delighted in physicked pain.

    The Three Clerks

  • Oh, well physicked, said the monk; a hundred devils leap into my body, if there be not more old drunkards than old physicians!

    Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel

  • He hadn't just been physicked and doctored, he'd been Healed, as he would have been under the skilled ministrations of a Healer-Priest in a temple.

    Exile's Honor

  • 'You wear the aspect of ones well physicked yourselves.

    The Gates of Noon

  • "He's physicked anxious to shoot you off and bury this whole affair deep," Flandry informed Ydwyr.

    A Circus of Hells

  • "No, we've had the 'lark,' and must now be physicked."

    Leslie Ross: or, Fond of a Lark

  • To such men, and to all the class of vagrant and pauper criminals, a convict prison means a comfortable home, where they are fed and clothed, and bathed and physicked, and have all their wants supplied, without trouble or care, in exchange for their liberty and such labour as they can easily and cheaply perform.

    Six Years in the Prisons of England

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