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stupe

 [sto̳p]
a hot, wet cloth or sponge, charged with a medication for external application.

stupe

(stūp),
A compress or cloth wrung out of hot water, usually impregnated with turpentine or other irritant, applied to the surface to produce counterirritation.
[L. stupa, oakum, tow]

stupe

(sto͞op, styo͞op)
n.
A hot, wet, often medicated cloth used as a compress.
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