barbitone
noun Etymology: barbituric + -one Date: 1914 British barbital

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  • barbitone — /bahr bi tohn /, n. Pharm. Chiefly Brit. barbital. [1910 15; BARBIT(URIC) + ONE] * * * …   Universalium

  • barbitone — noun barbital …   Wiktionary

  • barbitone — bar·bi·tone bär bə .tōn n Brit BARBITAL …   Medical dictionary

  • barbitone — bar·bi·tone || bɑːbɪtəʊn n. hypnotic drug, sedative …   English contemporary dictionary

  • barbitone — [ bα:bɪtəʊn] noun a long acting sedative and sleep inducing drug of the barbiturate type …   English new terms dictionary

  • barbitone — bar·bi·tone …   English syllables

  • barbitone — /ˈbabətoʊn/ (say bahbuhtohn) noun a drug, diethylbarbituric acid, formerly used as a sedative; veronal; barbital. {See barbituric acid, one} …   Australian English dictionary

  • barbitone —   n. a sleep inducing drug; veronal …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • barbitone — n. (US barbital) a sedative drug. Etymology: as BARBITURIC ACID + ONE, al as in veronal …   Useful english dictionary

  • John Bodkin Adams — For other people named John Adams, see John Adams (disambiguation). Dr John Bodkin Adams John Bodkin Adams in the 1940s Born 21 January 1899(1899 01 21) Ran …   Wikipedia

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