Slice of bread prepared with diachylon or hooked pins to stick to Mr. Bullywingle's coat-tail.
Did a bull gore a man, Mr Cophagus appeared with his diachylon and lint.
Isinglass plaster is not so irritating as diachylon, and is more easily removed.
The diachylon can be purchased in lump form of any druggist.
Have you never met a man who was a sort of diachylon plaster?
diachylon, or lead-plaster, is largely used as an abortifacient.
Shuttleworth put some diachylon plaster on his head, ordered him to bed, and told him not to get into trees again.
“There, I think that will do now, with a strip or two of plaster which I have here,” producing some diachylon from a pocket-book.
Mrs. Amory had in the meantime hastened home and returned with a roll of diachylon plaster and a pair of small scissors.
Take a piece of diachylon plaster, cut a hole in the centre the size of the wart, and stick it on, the wart protruding through.