But whatever $54 million antibiotic the bolus of cash might produce will itself become useless after a year or a decade.
The food, which is made into a bolus, is moved down to the middle region of the gut, and there digestion takes place.
And gave it to him,—a bolus as large as a musket ball, and as heavy.
A navigable stream was called bolus, from a parti-colored gum-like clay found on its banks, it is now known as the Patapsco.
There you sit snoring, forgetting her ills; Who is to give her her bolus and Pills?
I will not be beholden to my bolus to do that for me which nature cannot.
Basilie powder one scruple, conserve of wormwood, a sufficient quantity to make into one bolus for an adult.
Mahomet's dove alone can tell how all might have ended had not the Frenchman suggested a bolus.
The dose of the first may be from 20 to 30 grains in sugar, or made into a bolus; that of the second, from 1⁄4 oz.
The weapon is called the bolus, and flying through the air it encircles the legs of the guana, bringing it to the earth.
bolus bo·lus (bō'ləs)
n. pl. bo·lus·es
A round mass.
A round medicinal preparation, such as a large pill or tablet, that is usually of a soft consistency and not prepackaged.
A soft mass of chewed food within the mouth or alimentary canal.