noun, plural poth·e·car·ies. British Dialect.
Origin of pothecary
Examples from the Web for pothecary
"Git up—oh du," sez Miss Josephine, catching a sly peek at the 'pothecary, through her fingers.
"And mine," sez the 'pothecary, a getting up and a spreading his hand out on his yaller vest.
He would turn all the contents of the 'pothecary's shop into my fallows, and call it 'progress.'Kenelm Chillingly, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
The 'pothecary begun to tremble all over, he was so tarnal mad to see her setting there as cool as a cucumber.
The 'pothecary raly felt as if he should bust, and he gin her a purty decent blowing up as they went along Chatham-street.