digitalin

NOUN
  1. a powerful cardiac stimulant obtained from foxglove
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How To Use digitalin In A Sentence

  • Digitalis, a drug prepared from digitalin, a glycoside obtained from the common foxglove, is used in medicine.
  • The only thing they did not agree on was whether the digitalin was sufficient to cause death. Crime On the Coast
  • Deer also avoid plants that people consider medicinal and poisonous: foxgloves (the plant source of the cardiac drug digitalin), poppies (the plant source of opium), daffodils, and lily-of-the-valley.
  • The latter were filled with a small amount of digitalin, which was not enough to cause any problems, and a massive amount of atropine. The 13 Culprits
  • In this way a digitalin of indefinite composition is obtained, consisting of such glucosides as digitin, digitonin, etc.
  • Mightn't digitalin have been used just for that reason, that it was available to everyone? Crime On the Coast
  • Futile or not, I rummaged through the contents of my case for the digitalin I had made for him. Dragonfly in Amber
  • I had assumed that the digitalin must have come from the foxgloves at the foot of the garden. Crime On the Coast
  • I gave him an intramuscular injection of digitalin and another of morphine hydrochloride, which he accepted with apparent pleasure as part of the game. Favourite Dog Stories
  • It wasn't digitalin, but his purpose that sustained him now, lighting him with a glow as though a candle burned behind the waxy skin of his face. Dragonfly in Amber
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