antidiarrhœic

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See also: antidiarrhoeic

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Noun[edit]

antidiarrhœic (plural antidiarrhœics)

  1. obsolete spelling of antidiarrheic
    • 1868: Robley Dunglison, Medical Lexicon, page 157
      CAA-APʹIA, Dorsteʹnia Brazilienʹsis seu cordifoʹlia seu placentoïʹdes seu vitelʹla. Order, Urticeæ. The root, according to Piso, is employed as emetic and antidiarrhœic.

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antidiarrhœic (not comparable)

  1. obsolete spelling of antidiarrheic
    • 1878: Henri Baillon (author) and Marcus Manuel Hartog (translator), The Natural History of Plants (L. Reeve & co.), volume 5, page 305
      The embryo is astringent and antidiarrhœic, like the bark and root.