Mrs. Bonner, after bringing a damp towel and some smelling-salts, left her.
She leant back and fanned herself, taking out her smelling-salts.
The poor terrified girl ran into her room, and came back with her smelling-salts—I heard the carriage stop at the house.
Grace vanished again, and was back in two minutes with water and smelling-salts.
Bracondale said, turning to them just as Miss Oliver returned with the bottle of smelling-salts.
He took a bottle of smelling-salts from the mantelpiece and smelt it.
Mrs. Kesselbach, standing on the pavement, swayed from side to side, with her smelling-salts in her hand.
The Pirate Prodigy rushed to her side with a bottle of smelling-salts.
He rushed back into the bedroom, discovered Eve's smelling-salts, and held them to her nose.
Even an uncorked phial of smelling-salts placed on a mantel-piece beside an alabaster vase will soon destroy its beauty.
smelling salts pl.n.
Any of various preparations of ammonium carbonate and perfume, sniffed as a restorative or stimulant especially to relieve faintness and headache.