to address by .
to utter an .
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. 10, No. 5, November 1837 Various
He has settled on our flagstaffs, and has been seen by certain and sundry poets who apostrophize him in verse.
The Arena Various
Frequently as I walked along did I apostrophize myself in terms of the highest approbation.
The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan James Morier
So vivid was this impression, that it impelled him to apostrophize the statue.
Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, Vol. 1. No 1, June 1850 Various
Often he would take this picture out and apostrophize it, just as he would the uncut gems that he always carried in his pockets.
Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Volume 7 Elbert Hubbard
He worshiped what he called thoughts, would rave about a thought in the abstract, apostrophize an uncaught idea.
Home Again George MacDonald
There is entire liberty; prince or artizan, all are equal; each may apostrophize a mask.
Seeing Europe with Famous Authors, Volume 7 Various
Truly we might apostrophize Freedom in the words of the Hebrew prophet: “Who is this that cometh with her garments dyed in blood?”
The Power of Womanhood, or Mothers and Sons Ellice Hopkins
He turned abruptly and walked off, leaving Drake to apostrophize his eccentricity and seek consolation with Marie.
Sinister Street, vol. 1 Compton Mackenzie
(transitive) (rhetoric) to address an apostrophe to
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 […]
- Apothecaries’ weight
a system of weights used chiefly in compounding and dispensing drugs: 20 grains = 1 scruple (℈); 3 scruples = 1 dram (dr); 8 drams = 1 ounce); 12 ounces = 1 pound. The grain, ounce, and pound are the same as in troy weight, the grain alone being the same as in avoirdupois weight. […]