neosporin neosporin


  • (n) trade name for a topical drug containing several antibacterials; used as an ointment for skin irritations and in the form of eyedrops for minor eye infections



  1. "I'm a little dinged up - lots of Neosporin," Mr. Clooney said at the New York event. "I'm definitely not jogging or doing jumping jacks."
    on Sep 25, 2007 By: George Clooney Source: Dallas Morning News

  2. Roberts said: "Before I met my husband, you were the best man I ever met. You're cute and funny and you do wacky things with shaving cream and Neosporin."
    on Oct 18, 2006 By: Julia Roberts Source: Tonight

  3. "My understanding was that the cream was no different from the Neosporin you buy at Rite Aid. Only it worked quicker," Sheffield said. "It did work fast. It healed me in about a week."
    on Jan 15, 2007 By: Gary Sheffield Source: New York Times

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