Definition of Tisane

1. Noun. Infusion of e.g. dried or fresh flowers or leaves.

Generic synonyms: Herb Tea, Herbal, Herbal Tea
Specialized synonyms: Camomile Tea



Definition of Tisane

1. n. See Ptisan.

Definition of Tisane

1. Noun. (obsolete) A medicinal drink made from barley soaked in water ¹

2. Noun. Any infusion or drink, especially medicinal or curative, made by steeping in hot water; a herbal tea ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tisane

1. a ptisan [n -S] - See also: ptisan

Medical Definition of Tisane

1. See Ptisan. Origin: F. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tisane

tiros
tirr
tirred
tirring
tirrit
tirrits
tirrivee
tirrivees
tirrivie
tirrivies
tirrs
tirucallane
tirwit
tis
tisan
tisane (current term)
tisanes
tisar
tisars
tischendorfite
tisic
tisick
tisicks
tisicky
tisics
tisinalite
tissual
tissue
tissue-bearing area
tissue-inhibitor of metalloproteinase-1

Literary usage of Tisane

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1. Cooley's Cyclopædia of Practical Receipts and Collateral Information in the by Arnold James Cooley (1892)
"tisane, Antiscorbutic. An infusion of buck-Ьш and the fresh ... tisane of Groats. From groats, as tisane of pearl barley. tisane of Guaiacum Wood. (P. Cod. ..."

2. The Floral World and Garden Guide by Shirley Hibberd (1860)
"boiling water one litre. Infuse two hours, and strain. So also are prepared tisanes of juniper berries, bitter orange peel, and linseed. Prune tisane. ..."

3. The New Sydenham Society's Lexicon of Medicine and the Allied Sciences ...by Henry Power, Leonard William Sedgwick, New Sydenham Society by Henry Power, Leonard William Sedgwick, New Sydenham Society (1888)
"Z. sen'nae, B. Ph. (F. tisane it tent ; G. Setma-Aufguss.) Two parts of senna and one eighth ... Z. sennae compos itum, US Ph. (F. tisane de séné composée ..."

4. The Medical Times and Gazette (1874)
"The longs consist of bloodvessels and air-tubes, with their terminal sacs, bound together by connective tisane. Throughout nerves are sparingly scattered. ..."

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