The castor-oil plant is found growing abundantly in Sumatra, particularly near the sea-shore.
She gave it castor-oil, and it recovered, but has never sung since that time.
This is probably the case with such as castor-oil, Scammony, and Jalap, which are simply cathartic in their action.
They took ipecacuanha, castor-oil, or sulphate of soda, as if they enjoyed them.
It is said that without the use of castor-oil it is impossible to hold full power for five hours.
Three wicks steeped in castor-oil are put in it, and lighted.
She was then beaten with a switch made from the castor-oil plant.
He went away for a dust bath under the castor-oil bushes, while Teddy's father beat the dead Karait.
Surrounding the village were a dense grove of plantain trees, castor-oil bushes, and cattle pens.
The castor-oil plant is a green and succulent shoot about six feet in height, with white flowers hanging in bunches like hops.
castor oil cas·tor oil (kās'tər)
A colorless or pale yellowish oil extracted from the seeds of the castor-oil plant, used pharmaceutically as a laxative and skin softener and industrially as a lubricant.