Usage examples for pharmacopoeia

  1. It is the most complicated drug in the pharmacopoeia. – A Bit of Old China by Charles Warren Stoddard
  2. I doubt that it will ever be studied for its style in our new Schools of Literature; a devilish cunning if often there, but it leaves a smack of the pharmacopoeia. – A Book of Prefaces by H. L. Mencken
  3. That, indeed, was perhaps what they were; a faint, faint odor of the pharmacopoeia clung to their pages; their magic was scientific. – Entire PG Edition of The Works of William Dean Howells by William Dean Howells
  4. It may be given in the form of the injection of the Pharmacopoeia, or preferably as a tablet dissolved in water. – Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology by W. G. Aitchison Robertson
  5. Nothing in the pharmacopoeia could physic him into a pacific state. – Stories by English Authors: Ireland by Various
  6. Their knowledge and skill were by no means contemptible, and their instruments and pharmacopoeia were surprisingly modern. – Life in the Roman World of Nero and St. Paul by T. G. Tucker
  7. The pharmacopoeia of those times combined more of morals with medicine than our own. – Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 3 (of 3) by Isaac Disraeli
  8. I could not move from bed for some weeks, but happily did not lose my senses, and she brought me the whole pharmacopoeia from the shops, from which to choose my medicines. – The Purple Cloud by M.P. Shiel
  9. It is like saying to a man that he must not discuss questions of diet and exercise because he is not acquainted with the Pharmacopoeia, or that no one may argue on matters of current politics unless he is a trained historian. – At Large by Arthur Christopher Benson
  10. This was at one time included as a medicine in the Edinburgh Pharmacopoeia, but it has now fallen out of such authoritative use. – Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure by William Thomas Fernie
  11. Touching the remedy of the fox's liver, prescribed in the tale, I may add that there would be nothing strange in this to a person acquainted with the Chinese pharmacopoeia, which the Japanese long exclusively followed, although they are now successfully studying the art of healing as practised in the West. – Folk Tales Every Child Should Know by Various