Alterative sentence example

alterative
  • In fact, the alterative faculty has now been discovered as well, although about this also has not written a word.
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  • No surgeon would think of operating on such a case until iodides had been freely administered and, by failing to cure, had proved the disease to be non-syphilitic. Another instance of this deobstruent power - "alterative," it was formerly termed - is seen in the case of chronic lead poisoning.
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  • Install and use alterative energy sources, such as wind turbines, solar panels, and geothermal heat pumps, to reduce your household's reliance on non-renewable sources of energy.
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  • He also claims that this contract, which he is still bound to, is preventing him from seeking alterative employment.
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  • They proved that, though Italy came late into the realm of literature, her action was destined to be decisive and alterative by the introduction of a new spirit, a firmer and more positive grasp on life and art.
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  • Sarsaparilla still has a popular reputation as an "alterative," but it has been examined and tested in every manner known to modern medical science, and is professionally regarded as "pharmacologically inert and therapeutically useless."
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  • It is thus vaguely called an alterative, since the patient recovers under its use.
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