1. (of a patient) having been treated with a medicine or drug

  2. (of a bandage, shampoo, etc) containing medication

Words Nearby medicated

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How to use medicated in a sentence

  • To whom the prophetess, seeing his neck now bristle with horrid snakes, flings a soporific cake of honey and medicated grain.

    The Fatal Dowry | Philip Massinger
  • The following is a bassorin paste which may be variously medicated.

    Essentials of Diseases of the Skin | Henry Weightman Stelwagon
  • The medicated pads soaked the pain and rawness out of the burns where the tentacles had seared his face.

    Deathworld | Harry Harrison
  • It entered into the composition of medicated snuffs recommended in cases of headache.

  • Use nothing but what is known as "medicated" cotton wool with a good long fibre.

    On Laboratory Arts | Richard Threlfall