concoction

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concoction

[kənkok′shən]
Etymology: L, con + coquere, to cook
a remedy prepared from a mixture of two or more drugs or substances that have been heated.

concoction

(kŏn-kŏk′shŭn) [L. con, with, + coquere, to cook]
A mixture of two medicinal substances, usually done with the aid of heat.
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Three-time Parent's Choice Gold Award winner Dan Crow presents Concotions, a children's music album celebrating STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math).
He enjoyed cooking up mysterious concotions, watching TCM and of course, the Red Sox.
As a student at at Harvard College (1674-78), Mather studied medicine so astutely that he treated himself with various concotions to cure imaginary maladies (Levy 1979).
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