Origin of pastille
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How to use pastille in a sentence
(from his bed, suspiciously, to Culchard, who is setting fire to a small pastille in a soap-dish).
The pastille fizzes, and begins to emit a dense white smoke, and a suffocating odour.
Those mosquitoes have paid you out for that pastille—by Jove, they have!
The pastille produced its effect; the poet felt a sudden inspiration, left the hall and flew to compose the projected satire.
There was, even on the little stone staircase, a faint odour of pastille or scent spray, or something of feminine suggestion.From One Generation to Another|Henry Seton Merriman