Origin of theriac
Related formsthe·ri·a·cal, adjective
Examples from the Web for theriac
But we lawyers boil our theriac even nowadays and regard the most important study, the study of reality, with arrogance.Criminal Psychology|Hans Gross
Theriac or Mithridatum grew in complexity until by the 16th century it had some 60 different ingredients.Old English Patent Medicines in America|George B. Griffenhagen
Being, however, provided with theriac and other antidotes against the poison, Alvaro and all his men recovered from their wounds.
There he found that the most called for remedy was a theriac.Psychotherapy|James J. Walsh
He is partial to long controversies, calmuniates priest and theriac.The Book of Masks|Remy de Gourmont