Tonic Definition

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1. 'This is very civilized,' she said, lying back in the sun with a gin and tonic. 1
2. 'What are you drinking?' 'I'll have a gin and tonic, please. 1
3. A : Shall I use tonic or hair oil? 1
4. A 19-year-old previously healthy woman was admitted with generalised tonic-clonic seizure, followed by focal myoclonus of the right shoulder. 0
5. A closer look at the evidence, however, suggests that tonics may provide safer alternatives to more powerful drugs. 1
6. A cut glass tumbler sat on the coffee table beside a bottle of gin and a bottle of tonic water. 1
7. A gin and tonic for my dad, and I'll have the/my usual. 1
8. A gin and tonic will loosen you up. 1
9. A gin and tonic with ice and lemon, please. 1
10. a gin and tonic with ice and lemon. 1
11. A gin and tonic, please. 1
12. a gin and tonic. 1
13. A good dose of tonic will help you to pick up. 1
14. A light rum and tonic in hand, he abandoned his post for the kitchen to forage for food. 1
15. A lot of people need a tonic at the end of the winter. 1
16. A morning fire below the smoky mirror, a mixture of lights, tonic in a glass can reassemble her to me. 1
17. A morning fire below the smoky mirror, a mixture of lights, tonic in a glass can reassemble her to me.This website 1
18. A significant difference between plasma sodium concentration and tonicity can thus occur. 1
19. A strong tonic for the male reproductive system. 1
20. A tonic water, fruit juice or a ginger ale perhaps? 1
21. A weekend by the sea was the perfect tonic. 1
22. Addition of solute causes a rise in tonicity with stimulation of both thirst and antidiuretic hormone release. 1
23. Addition of solute causes a rise in tonicity with stimulation of both thirst and antidiuretic hormone release. Fluid retention ensues. 1
24. Adjust the heat to high and bring it to a boil. Transfer the whole mass to an electric pressure cooker and add in tonic water to cover the briskets. 1
25. After a few moments, Mrs Sweet returned with a bottle, poured two substantial gins, added tonic and proffered a glass. 1
26. Although a Gin and tonic is as straightforward as it gets, the fragrant juniper berries flavoring this bar staple make it one of America's most requested cocktails. 1
27. Amanda came back wearing a tee-shirt and black leggings, made herself a large gin and tonic, sat down and drank. 1
28. And remember, nothing - no skin tonic, astringent, freshener or plain cold water - can close your pores. 1
29. Another component of intonation that can be said to have grammatical significance is the choice of tone on the tonic syllable. 1
30. Another group got just tonic, and was also told the truth about what they were drinking. 1
 

Tonic

[╦łtänik]

NOUN

tonics (plural noun)

  - a medicinal substance taken to give a feeling of vigor or well-being.

  - short for tonic water.

ADJECTIVE

  - giving a feeling of vigor or well-being; invigorating.

  - relating to or restoring normal tone to muscles or other organs.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

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List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En