Yes, I asked her for what purpose she had purchased the phial of strychnine?
Then drawing a phial from her robe she poured out the liquor and held it to the sky.
Now put the solution into a clean phial, nearly filling the phial.
Trembling, he lifted the phial of bat's blood, drank it down.
Without replying Balsamo took from his pocket a phial containing a fluid of blood color.
He gave me the phial and a pin, and I pricked the wax, and to lo!
A preparation of menthe, dripping from a phial, spotted it green.
But I speak of the cruet sauces, where the quintessence of the sapid is condensed in a phial.
She saw the phial on the table—the doctor had been there, then.
The phial and lid were lying separate, and Page 126 there was no sign of a relic.
late 14c., from Old French fiole "flask, phial" (12c.), probably from Medieval Latin phiola, from Latin phiala, from Greek phiale "broad, flat drinking vessel," of unknown origin.