An even smaller minority goes and returns so frequently that these lines can be an irritant.
In experiments carried out on animals this immunity to bee poison has been also induced by repeated application of the irritant.
Narcotic, anti-spasmodic, and irritant poison; one to two drachms.
It acted upon mens nerves as an irritant, moving them to frenzies of rage and despair.
Tonic, irritant, and caustic; dose internally, one to two drachms.
irritant Cathartics, like irritant emetics, may sometimes affect remote parts on the principle of counter-irritation.
The Bicarbonates of the fixed alkalies are best, because least irritant.
I swear to you that the succubus came, irritant and palpable and most tenacious.
The first of these is the mildest, and the last the most irritant of the three.
The irritant poison of the gas attacked their skins wherever the hair was thin, and caused the most dreadful wounds.
irritant ir·ri·tant (ĭr'ĭ-tənt)
Causing irritation, especially physical irritation. n.
A source of irritation.