- (in prescriptions) of the heart.
Origin of cordis
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Examples from the Web for cordis
Cord Cordis was the innkeeper in 1771 and John Bryant was licensed in 1790.Old Boston Taverns and Tavern Clubs
Samuel Adams Drake
"I'm not so foolish as I look, Mr. Cordis," said she, rather sharply.
His trouble was that she loved Cordis, not that Cordis loved her.
Cordis had seen her backward glance, and noted her steps grow slower with a complacent smile.
When the party broke up, Cordis walked home with Madeline and Laura, whose paths lay together.