[ UK /kˈæmfəɹˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
  1. impregnated with camphor
    camphorated oil
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How To Use camphorated In A Sentence

  • No over-the top aquatics or camphorated woods or overdoses of “musk” here. Manly, Yes, But I like It Too: Sashka For Him
  • ~ -- Nobel's powder, known as ballistite, originally consisted of a camphorated blasting gelatine, and was made of 10 parts of camphor in Nitro-Explosives: A Practical Treatise
  • Our chests were rubbed with camphorated oil, and we were forced to swallow Scott's Emulsion.
  • If the mediaeval Mrs. Burton liked to illuminate the day with lamps or camphorated tapers, that, he said, was her business; adding that the light of the sun was good enough for him. The Life of Sir Richard Burton
  • Rub spot lightly with a soft lintless cloth moistened with camphorated oil.
  • If you want to stop flies dirtying your bulbs, smear them with camphorated oil. GOODBYE CURATE
  • I had a bit of camphorated bear grease in my saddlebag, but I was sure he wouldn't let me anoint him in public. The Fiery Cross
  • Apply camphorated oil or spirits on the chest and back and a eucalyptus ointment such as Vicks to give further relief. THE NATURAL REMEDY BIBLE
  • They likewise indulge in chamomile tea and such – like compounds, and rub themselves on the slightest provocation with camphorated spirits and other lotions applicable to mumps, sore – throat, rheumatism, or lumbago. Sketches by Boz
  • They rubbed his hump with camphorated grease, placed there for twenty minutes a mustard poultice, then covered it over with diachylum, and, in order to make sure of his coming back, gave him his breakfast. Bouvard and Pécuchet A Tragi-comic Novel of Bourgeois Life
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