For conservative partisans, Hagel is now the embodiment of all these irritants.
I at once used friction and irritants, and in an hour and a half the respiration increased.
Removing the worms by irritants or by mechanical means does not remove the cause of their existence or reproduction in the body.
Bode reported that injection of irritants such as lithium salts or quinine hydrochloride had no apparent effect on the symbiotes.
irritants in feed must be avoided, sprains appropriately treated, and stone in bladder or urethra removed.
Antimony compounds act as irritants both externally and internally.
But little, I believe, has been definitely proved save that the antenn are sensitive to touch and to irritants generally.
All the other kinds of poison dogs are likely to get or be given work as irritants, and these need veterinary diagnosis.
He shook the offending boot free of the irritants, relaced it and leaned over the bridge rail for a moment.
When it is absorbed by the blood its chemical ingredients act on certain nerves as irritants.
irritant ir·ri·tant (ĭr'ĭ-tənt)
Causing irritation, especially physical irritation. n.
A source of irritation.