verb (used with object), poul·ticed, poul·tic·ing.
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Origin of poultice
OTHER WORDS FROM poulticeun·poul·ticed, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for poultice
If much inflamed, a poultice should be applied, and the lamb placed under the charge of another nurse.A Treatise on Sheep:|Ambrose Blacklock
Now, you make a nice hot poultice of this meal, which is magical, and put it on the back of his neck.
But I think I would feel better if I had a hot cornmeal poultice on the back of my neck.
At eight o'clock I had a cold-water poultice, and at half past eight I drank a cup of mint tea.In a German Pension|Katherine Mansfield
With much more concerning her miraculous recovery through the aid of a "terbacker and onion poultice."Cap'n Eri|Joseph Crosby Lincoln