Definition of nicotine:
- A poisonous volatile alkaloid, C10H14N2, derived from tobacco; it has been employed as an antidote to strychnine poisoning in doses of gr. 1/ 60- 1/ 30 ( 0. 001- 0. 002), and also by intravesical injection in paralysis of the bladder.
- A poisonous alkaloid of a very acrid taste, obtained from tobacco.
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Examples of usage for nicotine:
" Half the absinthe drinker's joy is derived from filtering the necessary drops of water through a lump of sugar," he said as Don reclosed his pouch; " and in the same way, to the lover of my lady Nicotine the filling of the pipe is a ritual, the lighting a burnt offering and the smoking a mere habit." "The Orchard of Tears" , Sax Rohmer.
Quotes for nicotine:
Cigarettes, I won't do cigarettes, nicotine will kill ya. - Tommy Chong
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