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   The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition.  2000.
 
liniment
 
SYLLABICATION:lin·i·ment
PRONUNCIATION:  ln-mnt
NOUN: A medicinal fluid rubbed into the skin to soothe pain or relieve stiffness.
ETYMOLOGY:Middle English, from Late Latin linmentum, from Latin linere, linre, to rub over, anoint. See lei- in Appendix I.
 
 
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