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trademark a drug, a brand of disulfiram, used in the treatment of alcoholism, that acts by inducing nausea and other unpleasant symptoms following ingestion of alcohol; tetraethylthiuram disulphide
preventing, neutralizing, or counteracting acidity, as of the stomach. an antacid agent. Historical Examples Being an antacid, it is very usefully employed when cattle are hoven or blown. The American Reformed Cattle Doctor George Dadd As a medicine it is deobstruent and antacid, and is given in doses of 10 to 30 gr. Cooley’s Practical […]
to make hostile or unfriendly; make an enemy or of: His speech antagonized many voters. to act in opposition to; oppose. Rare. to act . Contemporary Examples Drones have hurt AQAP in the past, but they also antagonize Yemenis and swell the ranks of AQAP recruits. Yemen on the Brink Bruce Riedel September 23, 2011 […]
a person who is opposed to, struggles against, or competes with another; opponent; adversary. the adversary of the hero or protagonist of a drama or other literary work: Iago is the antagonist of Othello. Physiology. a muscle that acts in opposition to another. Compare (def 3). Dentistry. a tooth in one jaw that articulates during […]
acting in opposition; opposing, especially mutually. hostile; unfriendly. Contemporary Examples In Canada, relations between the federal system and the provincial system are much more fraught — often antagonistic. Why Doesn’t Canada Have a Two Party System? David Frum October 5, 2012 First, we enjoy a denial so implausible it verges on the antagonistic, then a […]