OTHER WORDS FROM nicotinenic·o·tined, adjectivenic·o·tine·less, adjective
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How to use nicotine in a sentence
While e-cigarettes come in many forms, they typically include a tiny battery and a cartridge of liquid nicotine.How Juul found success: Innovation and addiction|James Hirsch|July 23, 2021|Washington Post
E-cigarettes deliver nicotine but are generally considered less dangerous than traditional cigarettes, making them a potentially useful tool for adults trying to stop smoking.Juul Is Paying $40 Million to Rebuild Its Reputation. Will It Work?|Jamie Ducharme|June 29, 2021|Time
These give them a smaller dose of nicotine that might help make quitting for good a little easier.Scientists Say: Nicotine|Bethany Brookshire|June 7, 2021|Science News For Students
They claim Juul purposely designed its stylish, flash-drive-like devices and flavored nicotine e-liquids to appeal to teenagers.How Juul Got Vaporized|Jamie Ducharme|May 17, 2021|Time
From surviving to thriving as a hardware startupThe other challenge is how to lower nicotine content.
Ground glass is put in food to cause internal bleeding, and nicotine concentrated by boiling can cause a heart attack.A Million Ways to Die in Prison|Daniel Genis|December 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
All of the employees were constantly blowing out steam, some of it without even nicotine in it, let alone THC.
A man named Herbert Gilbert patented one back in 1963 that heated a nicotine solution and produced steam.
If you plan to take in vapor in such amounts, you have to get juice with a low nicotine content to avoid poisoning yourself.
Some get juice without nicotine at all, just to enjoy the process esthetically.
The tobacco plant, as is well known, produces a virulent poison known as Nicotine.
Chemistry has taught us that nicotine is only one among many principles which are contained in the plant.
Now, the strength of tobacco comes from its nicotine, and if the specimens I sent contain no nicotine, whence the strength?
I perceive that the amount of nicotine in a great measure depends on the extent to which the leaf is allowed to ripen.
It is a dark maroon-colored leaf, and contains a large proportion of the nicotine oil.
British Dictionary definitions for nicotine
Derived forms of nicotinenicotined, adjectivenicotinic (ˌnɪkəˈtɪnɪk), adjective
Word Origin for nicotine
Scientific definitions for nicotine
Cultural definitions for nicotine
A poisonous chemical substance found in the tobacco plant.