Sup*pos"i*to*ry (?), n.; pl. Suppositories (#). [LL. suppositorium, fr. L. suppositorius that is placed underneath: cf. F. suppositoire. See Supposition.] Med.

A pill or bolus for introduction into the rectum; esp., a cylinder or cone of medicated cacao butter.


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