Medical Dictionary

lozenge

noun loz·enge \ˈläz-ənj\

Definition of LOZENGE

:  a small usually sweetened solid piece of medicated material of any of various shapes that is designed to be held in the mouth for slow dissolution and often contains a demulcent <sore throat lozenges>—called also pastille, troche
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