noun, plural e·lec·tu·ar·ies. Pharmacology, Veterinary Medicine.
Origin of electuary
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Historical Examples of electuary
With a blood-letting and an electuary, I will warrant him sound within a month.Sir Nigel
Arthur Conan Doyle
Go unto her with this box of electuary, and give it to the child that he may recover.The Unknown Quantity
Henry van Dyke
It was enclosed in a gallipot, and was what I believe they called an electuary.The House by the Church-Yard
J. Sheridan Le Fanu
Another and effective remedy is the root of the male fern, Aspidium filix-mas, used in decoction or electuary.
Diascordium, dī-a-skor′di-um, n. an electuary prepared with scordium or water-germander.