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Another word for laxative

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Noun
      1. To wet through and through; soak.
      2. To administer a large oral dose of liquid medicine to (an animal).
      3. To provide with something in great abundance; surfeit:
      1. A specified quantity of a therapeutic agent, such as medicine, prescribed to be taken at one time or at stated intervals.
      2. The amount of radiation administered as therapy to a given site.
      3. An ingredient added, especially to wine, to impart flavor or strength.
      1. Explicitly set forth; definite:
      2. Clear or detailed in communicating:
      3. Limited, distinctive, or unique:
      1. A drug or course of medical treatment used to restore health:
      2. Restoration of health; recovery from disease:
      3. Something that corrects or relieves a harmful or disturbing situation:
      1. Something, such as a drug or a bandage, that is used to treat a symptom, disease, injury, or other condition.
      2. Something that corrects an evil, fault, or error.
      3. The means of obtaining redress of a wrong or enforcement of a right.
      1. An agent that promotes recovery from injury or ailment; a medicine.
      1. To clear (a container or space, for example) of something unclean or unwanted:
      2. To remove or eliminate (unwanted physical matter):
      3. To rid (a person or thing) of something unwanted:
      1. Inducing catharsis; purgative.
      2. An agent for purging the bowels, especially a laxative.
      1. Tending to increase the discharge of urine.
      2. A substance or drug that tends to increase the discharge of urine.
      1. Tending to cleanse or purge, especially causing evacuation of the bowels.
      2. A purgative agent or medicine; a cathartic.
      1. Gently stimulating evacuation of the bowels; laxative.
      2. A mild laxative.
      1. A medicine or drug, especially a cathartic.
      2. The art or profession of medicine.
      3. To act on as a cathartic.
    See also:

    medicine