Definition of Stibial

1. a. Like, or having the qualities of, antimony; antimonial.



Definition of Stibial

1. pertaining to stibium [adj] - See also: stibium

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stibial

sthenically
sthg
stib-
stibane
stibanes
stibanylidene
stibanylidenes
stibarsen
stibatian
stibble
stibbler
stibblers
stibbles
stibborn
stibial (current term)
stibialism
stibian
stibiated
stibic
stibiconite
stibine
stibines
stibinidene
stibinidenes
stibio-
stibiobetafite
stibiocolumbite
stibiocolusite
stibiomicrolite

Literary usage of Stibial

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1. The Chemist: A Monthly Journal of Chemical and Physical Science (1841)
"To disengage arsenic from antimony, when the individual poisoned had been treated with stibial tartar : 2nd. To discover whether or not in a case where an ..."

2. The Chemist ; Or, Reporter of Chemical Discoveries and Improvements by Charles Watt (1840)
"M. Orfila fread a very interesting memoir on stibial tartar, ... That stibial tartar introduced into the stomach or applied to the subcutaneous cellular ..."

3. The Medico-chirurgical Review by James Johnson, Henry James Johnson (1847)
"The physician of the next heir and immediate successor to the Crown called into consultation, and daring to prescribe his stibial poison. ..."

4. A New Pocket Dictionary of the French and English Languages: In Two Parts by Thomas Nugent, J. Ouiseau (1830)
"... ea stibial Stigmates, sm. pi. prints, marks Stigmatiser, va. to stigmatize, —, 2. a. statuary Statue, sf. stature, figure Statuer, va. to enact, ..."

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