to address by .
to utter an .
From Kew he turned to the great guardsman, and taking him by the coat began to apostrophise him.
The Newcomes William Makepeace Thackeray
But it’s not worth your while to apostrophise me, or the air, about it; what you want to do, you do.
A Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens
But, what is this rubbing against me, as I apostrophise Madame Doche?
Reprinted Pieces Charles Dickens
It is difficult in such poetry not to apostrophise one’s subject as Whitman did.
The Silent Isle Arthur Christopher Benson
It is this statue which immigrants, on their way to Ellis Island, are wont to apostrophise.
American Sketches Charles Whibley
Finally he rushed to the door, from the threshold of which he began to apostrophise his friend with excited gestures.
The Grandee Armando Palacio Valds
He paused before the absurd epitome to apostrophise, wagged a finger at it, and got wag for wag.
Little Novels of Italy Maurice Henry Hewlett
I took the liberty of transposing three pronouns from the first person to the second, so as to apostrophise our Boche brethren.
Cavalry of the Clouds Alan Bott
But, suddenly he turned his head and in a fit of paternal indignation began to apostrophise young Angiolo Mascara.
The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete Emile Zola
(transitive) (rhetoric) to address an apostrophe to
to address by . to utter an . Historical Examples But Janet kept her ground, and continued to weep and wail and apostrophize the dead mother, or appeal to the orphan child. Cruel As The Grave Mrs. Emma D. E. N. Southworth With thoughts like these, however un-novel, I apostrophize ‘My Boy:’ The Knickerbocker, Vol. […]
a druggist; a pharmacist. a pharmacy or drugstore. (especially in England and Ireland) a druggist licensed to prescribe medicine. Historical Examples Herr Seelenfromm, assistant to the apothecary Pflaum, had taught her. The Goose Man Jacob Wassermann What I like about Mr. Fleurant, my apothecary, is that his bills are always civil. The Imaginary Invalid Molire […]
noun sexual desire for an amputee or to have one’s own healthy limb amputated; also called amputation fetish Usage Note apotemnophile n
- Apothecaries measure
a system of units used chiefly in compounding and dispensing liquid drugs. In the U.S. 60 minims (♍) = 1 fluid dram (f); 8 fluid drams = 1 fluid ounce (f); 16 fluid ounces = 1 pint (O.); 8 pints = 1 gallon (C.) (231 cubic inches). In Great Britain 20 minims = 1 fluid […]