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Pill

noun

1) The peel or skin.

2) A medicine in the form of a little ball, or small round mass, to be swallowed whole.

3) Figuratively, something offensive or nauseous which must be accepted or endured.

v. i.

1) To be peeled; to peel off in flakes.

v. t.

1) To deprive of hair; to make bald.

2) To peel; to make by removing the skin.

v. t. & i.

1) To rob; to plunder; to pillage; to peel. See Peel, to plunder.

Example Sentences for

Pill

1) A second Pill would have been welcome after the edge started to wear off, but the mathematics of the situation forbade it; we were still thirty klicks from the enemy base, fifteen hours' marching at the least.
2) A sleeping Pill -LRB- people also call it sedative -RRB- is a drug that people take to help them sleep
3) Both songs were from Jagged Little Pill
4) Have to take a Pill for that, too.
5) It was produced by Glen Ballard for Morissettes third album , Jagged Little Pill
6) Subclinical riboflavin deficiency also happens more easily in women taking the contraceptive Pill
7) Post-coital Pill , a form of emergency contraception
8) I tasted brass and a red haze closed everything out, then deepened to the brown of river clay, then loam and I passed out, with the Pill thinking this is not so bad.
9) Have to take a Pill for that, too.
10) But keep a still tongue in yer ead answhen ye ear shootinsgit below ansstay there. ‘That’s all, only keep a still tongue in yer ead, or they’ll put a Pill between yer ribs, ansmark my word for it, sir,’ and the old fellow went on with his polishing, which carried him away from where the Claytons were standing. ‘Deuced cheerful outlook, Alice,ssaid Clayton. ‘You should warn the captain at once, John.
11) I tasted brass and a red haze closed everything out, then deepened to the brown of river clay, then loam and I passed out, with the Pill thinking this is not so bad.
12) A second Pill would have been welcome after the edge started to wear off, but the mathematics of the situation forbade it; we were still thirty klicks from the enemy base, fifteen hours' marching at the least.
13) But keep a still tongue in yer ead answhen ye ear shootinsgit below ansstay there. ‘That’s all, only keep a still tongue in yer ead, or they’ll put a Pill between yer ribs, ansmark my word for it, sir,’ and the old fellow went on with his polishing, which carried him away from where the Claytons were standing. ‘Deuced cheerful outlook, Alice,ssaid Clayton. ‘You should warn the captain at once, John.