noun, plural vul·ner·ar·ies.
- vulgate bible,
- vulnerable phase,
Origin of vulnerary
Examples from the Web for vulnerary
This part of the tea is in its nature particularly serviceable in all cases where vulnerary medicines are requisite.A Treatise on Foreign Teas|Hugh Smith
It is regarded as vulnerary, and is highly esteemed by some in sprains and bruises.
And the dressings may only consist of the layers of dry lint and vulnerary powder applied alternately.A dissertation on the inutility of the amputation of limbs|Johann Ulrich Bilguer
What are the Vulnerary Plants, the Decoctions of which is to be taken inwardly?The Compleat Surgeon, or the Whole Art of Surgery Explain'd in a Most Familiar Method|Charles Gabriel Le Clerc
This preparation is stimulant and vulnerary, and is in great repute on the Continent as a cosmetic and cordial.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II|Arnold Cooley