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Word Of Day: concoctive

Webster

English Word:

concoctive

English Pronunciation:

con•coct•ive

Adjective:

⇨Definition

Having the power of digesting or ripening; digestive. Hence the concoctive powers, with various art, Subdue the cruder aliments to chyle. J. Armstrong.




Wiktionary

Adjective:

Adjective concoctive (comparative more concoctive, superlative most concoctive) Of or pertaining to digestion; digestive Of or pertaining to concoction

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