plural noun, singular can·thar·is [kan-thar-is]. /kænˈθær ɪs/.
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Melt the petrolatum and add the tincture of cantharides, and while cooling add the other ingredients.Secrets of Wise Men, Chemists and Great Physicians|William K. David
He also desired me to take fifty drops of tincture of cantharides three or four times a day.
The Digitalis, squills, and cantharides were given in very considerable doses without effect.
We come now to the tribe of blistering beetles, of which the best known is the Cantharides (Cantharis or Lytta).
The presence of the Cantharides is manifested by the strong penetrating odour which they diffuse to some distance.