Death by pills or lethal injection might be unnatural, but she believes that declining nourishment and medications is not.
They tried to justify with her taking all these other pills and blah blah.
When they try to wean themselves off the pills, they find it nearly impossible, at first, to go to the bathroom normally.
As with the pills, it can be cut into eight doses, either used sublingually or mixed with water and snorted.
The next thing I recall is that the doctor gave me pills in my bedroom.
Dr. Taylor says that aloes and colocynth are the basis of Morrisons pills, which in many instances have induced fatal purging.
It was enclosed in a pasteboard box, and, when packed, looked just like the parcel of pills.
His medicine is God's pills, notwithstanding he is the laughing stock of all who know him.
He poured out the contents of the gourds, and ate up all the pills of life.
You say I print too many ads, unfit for youths' perusal, of fakers' pills and liver pads?
"small ball or round mass of medicine," c.1400, from Middle Dutch or Middle Low German pille and Middle French pile, all from Latin pilula "pill," literally "little ball," diminutive of pila "a ball, playing ball," said to be related to pilus "hair" if the original notion was "hairball." Figurative sense "something disagreeable that must be swallowed" is from 1540s; slang meaning "boring person" is recorded from 1871. The pill "contraceptive pill" is from 1957.
1736, "to dose on pills," from pill (n.). From 1882 as "to form into pills." Related: Pilled; pilling.
A small pellet or tablet of medicine, often coated, taken by swallowing whole or by chewing.
An oral contraceptive.
Any oral contraceptive for women: now that the joint and the pill are with us