In stiff neck, rub well with some liniment, as chloroform liniment, and lie in bed on a hot-water bag.
Dad took it in silence, and sat rubbing it into his beard like a liniment.
Another was off in the opposite direction to buy some liniment at Mammoth.
A bottle of liniment was ordered, and Alfred rubbed often with the preparation.
The soft soap of commerce imparts to the liniment an unpleasant smell.
"Where's that bottle of liniment I sent here," demanded the doctor.
The ball was a hard one, and it struck precisely upon the liniment, the spot where the coffee had been.
It was a florid testimonial to the virtues of their liniment.
But Jack, later on I want you to rub my arm with that liniment you carry with you.
Put the liniment on her leg as I told you, and I'll call in the morning.
liniment lin·i·ment (lĭn'ə-mənt)
A liquid preparation rubbed into the skin or gums as a counterirritant, rubefacient, anodyne, or cleansing agent.