Yes, I asked her for what purpose she had purchased the phial of strychnine?
Trembling, he lifted the phial of bat's blood, drank it down.
Now put the solution into a clean phial, nearly filling the phial.
He gave me the phial and a pin, and I pricked the wax, and to lo!
Without replying Balsamo took from his pocket a phial containing a fluid of blood color.
But I speak of the cruet sauces, where the quintessence of the sapid is condensed in a phial.
A preparation of menthe, dripping from a phial, spotted it green.
The phial and lid were lying separate, and Page 126 there was no sign of a relic.
She saw the phial on the table—the doctor had been there, then.
Then drawing a phial from her robe she poured out the liquor and held it to the sky.
late 14c., from Old French fiole "flask, phial" (12c.), probably from Medieval Latin phiola, from Latin phiala, from Greek phiale "broad, flat drinking vessel," of unknown origin.