Origin of magnesia
Related formsmag·ne·sian, adjective
Definition for magnesia (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for magnesia
Then she poured Milk of Magnesia into the other glass as a chaser.
Enemas of cassia, senna, and sulphate of magnesia have also been used with good effect.
Combined with the bases, lime and magnesia especially, it exists in large quantities in the crust of the earth.
A second process for obtaining chlorine, called the magnesia process, has been devised by Mr Weldon.