In both instances, however, there is a possibility that some of the medicament was swallowed.
A medicament in alcohol, oil or water, applied by friction to the skin.
They had stuffed me full of quinine, he said, and it was not the medicament that I wanted.
He then put on a bandage dipped in some medicament of his own composition.
They said that a medicament which the countess used herself could not possibly do Milly any harm.
He tried one, and it seemed to be composed in equal parts of sawdust and the medicament called "Rough-on-rats!"
A medicament box of a unique character was in use in a chapel as a reliquary till its original use was pointed out.
I remember to have cured a disconsolate widower, who obstinately refused every other medicament, by a strict course of geology.
On Hanuman's return, the medicament is administered, and Lakshman revives.
I rarely or never prescribe alcohol as a medicament or a food, or sanction its use as a beverage.
mid-15c., "medical skill; a medicinal compound," from Middle French médicament (15c.), from Latin medicamentum "drug, remedy," literally "means of healing," from medicare "to heal, cure" (see medication).
medicament me·dic·a·ment (mĭ-dĭk'ə-mənt, měd'ĭ-kə-)
An agent that promotes recovery from injury or ailment; a medicine.