The juice of the leaves mixed with cocoanut oil is used in the form of eardrops in suppurative otitis.
Upon her is found the pot of cream, and in the cream Mlle. Celie's eardrops.
Then the Coroner unfastened the large pearls from their place as eardrops, and taking up one lifeless hand removed its rings.
Vauquier tears the eardrops in a hurry from her ears—and there I have my drop of blood just where I should expect it to be.
When I showed her the eardrops she grew more interested and on trying them on declared them "perfectly sweet."
She had dogs teeth for eardrops hanging from her ears, and large, kind, questioning eyes.
eardrop ear·drop (ēr'drŏp')
eardrops Liquid medicine administered into the ear.