Origin of tinct
Other definitions for tinct (2 of 2)
How to use tinct in a sentence
Mrs. Phox ensorcelled George with her beautiful, silly phace, shadowed with vermeil tinct and trimly pencilled.
I was afraid to push the Digitalis in so hazardous a subject, and therefore directed tinct.An Account of the Foxglove and some of its Medical Uses|William Withering
I have cured well-marked cases of Fungus Hæmatodes with the tinct.
For this condition use Conium first, and apply it in tinct., half water, to the eyes every four hours.
A solution of camphor and carbolic acid in strong spirit, mixed with a clear brown acrid tincture, perhaps tinct.