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adjective vul·ner·ary \ˈvəl-nə-ˌrer-ē\

Definition of VULNERARY

:  used for or useful in healing wounds <vulnerary plants>


Latin vulnerarius, from vulner-, vulnus
First Known Use: 1599

Rhymes with VULNERARY

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plural vulnerar·ies

Definition of VULNERARY

:  a vulnerary remedy

First Known Use of VULNERARY



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