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abortifacient a drug or other agent used to cause abortion. [1/2 definitions]
acetaminophen a drug used to relieve pain and reduce fever but which does not significantly reduce inflammation.
aconite the drug obtained from the root of monkshood. [1/2 definitions]
addict one who depends on or craves a habit-forming substance, such as a drug. [1/4 definitions]
aloe (pl.) a drug derived from the bitter juice of the aloe leaves (used with a sing. verb). [1/2 definitions]
amphetamine a drug that stimulates the central nervous system, depressing appetite and heightening activity.
analeptic a drug that restores strength to the body after a disease or the use of sedatives. [1/2 definitions]
analgesic a drug, lotion, or the like that relieves pain. [1/2 definitions]
anaphylaxis extreme allergic reaction to a substance, typically a foreign protein or drug, following a previous exposure to the same substance.
anesthetic a drug that causes anesthesia in the whole body or in a localized area. [1/2 definitions]
antihypertensive a drug or other agent that reduces hypertension. [1/2 definitions]
antimalarial a drug used to prevent or fight malaria. [1/2 definitions]
antiperiodic a drug that prevents the periodic recurrence of disease. [1/2 definitions]
antiseptic a substance or drug with the ability to kill microorganisms that cause disease or decay. [1/4 definitions]
antispasmodic a drug or other substance that prevents spasms. [1/2 definitions]
aphrodisiac a substance, such as a food or drug, that arouses sexual desire. [1/2 definitions]
arsenical a compound containing arsenic that is used as a drug, herbicide, pesticide, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
aspirin a drug used to relieve pain and reduce symptoms of fever or inflammation. [2 definitions]
assay an analysis or examination, esp. of an ore, metal, or drug, to determine its composition, quality, or potency. [1/8 definitions]
astringent a substance or drug that contracts body tissue and slows discharge or secretion. [1/4 definitions]
ataractic free from anxiety or other emotional strain, esp. as a result of taking a drug; calm; tranquil.