Definition of Creosotic

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Creosotic

creolizations
creolize
creolized
creolizes
creolizing
creology
creophagy
creos
creosol
creosols
creosote
creosote bush
creosoted
creosotelike
creosotes
creosotic (current term)
creosoting
crepance
crepances
crepe Suzette
crepe de Chine
crepe de Chines
crepe fern
crepe flower
crepe gardenia
crepe jasmine
crepe marocain
crepe myrtle
crepe paper

Literary usage of Creosotic

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1. The Chemistry and Analysis of Drugs and Medicines by Henry Corbin Fuller (1920)
"... shaken, and then 2 to 3 mils of concentrated sulphuric acid poured carefully to the bottom of the tube, a brown zone appears if o-creosotic is present, ..."

2. The Newer Remedies ...: A Reference Book for Physicians, Pharmacists, and by Virgil Coblentz (1899)
"A non-caustic fluid, which boils at 240° C. Used in tuberculosis and intestinal diseases. Dose, 0.2 Gin., in capsule. creosotic ACID. ..."

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