physic

(47) medicine
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Physic

• (n.) A specific internal application for the cure or relief of sickness; a remedy for disease; a medicine. • (v. t.) To work on as a remedy; to heal; to cure. • (v. t.) To treat with physic or medicine; to administer medicine to, esp. a cathartic; to operate on as a cathartic; to purge. • (n.) Specifically, a medicine that pur...
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Physic

Phys'ic noun [ Middle English phisike , fisike , Old French phisique , French physique knowledge of nature, physics, Latin physica , physice , from Greek ..., from fysiko`s natural, from fy`sis nature, from ... to produce, grow, akin to...
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Physic

Phys'ic transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Physiced ; present participle & verbal noun Physicking .] 1. To treat with physic or medicine; to administer medicine to, esp. a cathartic; to operate on as a cathartic; to purg...
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physic

drug prescribed by a physician
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physic

physic 1. The science of medicine and therapeutics. 2. A medicine or drug, especially a cathartic. 3. A purging medicine that stimulates evacuation of the bowels. 4. To cure or heal. 5. To treat with or as if with medicine.
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Physic

Physic is slang for to punish.
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physic

Type: Term Pronunciation: fiz′ik Definitions: 1. The art of medicine. 2. A medicine; often a lay term for a cathartic.
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