Origin of sinapism
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On the same principle, we presume, have we found a sinapism of great service.A System of Midwifery
She threatened me this morning with a sinapism if I were not better by evening.Aurora the Magnificent
The scarlatinous rash usually, when fully developed, resembles that produced by external heat or the application of a sinapism.
When a sinapism is required to be more stimulating, a little bruised garlic may be added.
- a technical name for mustard plaster
C17: from Late Latin sināpismus, from Greek sinapismos application of mustard plaster, from sinapi mustard, of Egyptian origin
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