medicinally medicinally  /mə ˈdɪ sə nə li/


  • (adv) in a medicinal manner


  1. When male sex hormones were given medicinally to these sexually deficient men, they quickly began to lose their hair and develop dandruff.
  2. Arsenic, used medicinally to improve the blood's condition, is a poison.
  3. Some of the foundation's funding comes through Cox's ethnobotanical success with medicinally, or in this case cosmetically, valuable plants.


  • Opposition to Plan B Folds

    So what happened to the "common knowledge" and "common sense" arguments? Why did the administration not appeal District Judge Edward Korman's ruling? The issues are the same, both morally and medicinally.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Christian News Wire


  • "The only explanation is to be consumed in the morning, medicinally, to stoke the fires before going out to work in rough weather," Thile tells Spinner. "They describe it as a bracing beverage, and a bracer is something very specific in the...
    on Jun 23, 2010 By: Chris Thile Source: Spinner

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