One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
adjective & noun
- ‘The whole plant is antiecchymotic, antiphlogistic, nervine, sternutatory and vulnerary.’
- ‘From his theory of the action of the air through the nose on the contents of the ventricles of the brain is explained his use of sternutatories, and his belief in the efficacy of sneezing.’
- ‘In addition, the dispensing is carried out without generating any cloud of liquid particles which might be inhaled by the user, with a sternutatory effect.’
- ‘Although these authors were primarily concerned with the isolation and chemistry of the condensation products of malononitrile and various aldehydes, sternutatory and irritant properties on the part of some of the compounds were reported.’
- ‘Powders, however, often scatter resulting in uneven application and undesirable sternutatory effects.’
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