physic physic


  • (n) a purging medicine; stimulates evacuation of the bowels



  1. According to him, city planners must use architectural physic and surgery.
  2. The first few paragraphs mock Obama based on your physic readings and it isn't until paragraph six that you have the integrity to note -.
  3. There he married an older woman, narrow, Fundamentalist, and together they went to Africa to physic the heathen.


  • BEAUTY TODAY: Chelsea Physic Garden

    Such fairy tales in this pagan poetry garden. I Love Chelsea and its Physic Garden. x alice solantania saga
    on July 11, 2013     Source: StyleBistro


  1. "He's doing something incredible because he's a champion who works really hard and applies himself in the right way and he never loses his motivation," added Buffon. "That's very important to always keep up a certain psycho-physic level."
    on Apr 21, 2008 By: Gianluigi Buffon Source: AFP

  2. "The problem with The One is unlike contests for singing or dancing there is no such thing as physic powers so really it is a test between people who are able to do cold readings and cold readings is literally being able to read somebody," Mr...
    on Aug 18, 2008 By: Michael Shermer Source: PerthNow

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