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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

Treated or preserved in a sweet syrupy substance.

Usage examples (5)
  • A still more elegant and effective preventive and remedy is glycerine diluted with about twice its weight of eau-de-rose, or glycerinated lip salve or balsam.
  • Goody RS, Hofmann W, Rosenbaum G (1983) Co-ordinated electron microscopy and X-ray studies of glycerinated insect flight muscle.
  • These amendments provided that in future the public vaccinator should visit the home of the child, and, if the conditions of that home and of the child itself were healthy,...
  • Well, the thing was easy -- I was a doctor and I had a supply of glycerinated lymph; I had procured some fresh tubes of it only the other day, to hold it up before my... for more
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