With some difficulty, poor capsicum was got up in his berth, and the restorative was got down.
capsicum's dinners were more profuse, Gingham's more recherchs.
capsicum's was a nosegay; Gingham's beat nectar; but Cupid's put them both out of court, by consent of the company.
capsicum, on the other hand, had resources which Gingham had not.
"Quite right," grunted capsicum, who thought himself a connoisseur in all things eatable and drinkable.
A few drops (15 to 30) of ether, with a little tincture of capsicum or spirit of sal volatile, seldom fail to give relief.
capsicum was stowed for the night; but not without vigorous and long-continued efforts, both on Joey's part and mine.
The capsicum needs a dry, warm soil, with exposure to the sun.
If a bird be ailing, a capsicum will often set it right again.
If the extremities are cold, rub them with the tincture of capsicum.
genus of pepper plants, 1660s, of unknown origin, a word said to have been chosen by French botanist Joseph Pitton de Tournefort (1656-1708); perhaps irregularly formed from Latin capsa "box" (see case (n.2)).