All told him that these troches were not being made any more, and that they were therefore unable to supply him.
The syrup of krameria is the least objectionable, and catechu and krameria are made into troches which are sometimes available.
She abused her maid in her dressing-room and sent the comedian's "dresser" out for some troches.
And she offered a beautiful little bonbonnière, saying, "Try these French paste troches, they are delicious."
troches, for healing wounds, were composed of dry medicines held in suspension by some liquid such as wine or oil.
She was in and out of her room on the instant, with a box of troches, one of which she held out to her father.
The drug stores are full of troches, lozenges and compounds for speakers and singers.
troche tro·che (trō'kē)
A small, circular medicinal lozenge; a pastille.