Origin of magnesia
OTHER WORDS FROM magnesiamag·ne·sian, adjective
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How to use magnesia in a sentence
Then she poured Milk of Magnesia into the other glass as a chaser.
Eventually, however, both varieties become converted into clay, their magnesia and potash passing gradually into soluble forms.
Sulphate of Magnesia can be obtained at a low cost, and has been used as a manure in some instances with very marked success.
Well,” she said, “several mothers have mentioned it, but they take more interest in fluid magnesia and tonics.The Daughters of Danaus|Mona Caird
I took a quick swallow of milk of magnesia, an excellent antacid, and went in.The Professional Approach|Charles Leonard Harness
Ephesus, Magnesia, and other cities in Asia destroyed by an earthquake.