Medicinally vs Belladonna - What's the difference?

medicinally | belladonna |


As an adverb medicinally

is in a medicinal manner.

As a noun belladonna is

a plant, atropa belladonna , having purple bell-shaped flowers and poisonous black glossy berries; deadly nightshade.

medicinally

English

Adverb

(en adverb)
  • In a medicinal manner.
  • belladonna

    English

    Noun

    (wikipedia belladonna) (Atropa belladonna) (en noun)
  • a plant, Atropa belladonna , having purple bell-shaped flowers and poisonous black glossy berries; deadly nightshade
  • an alkaloid extracted from this plant, sometimes used medicinally, containing atropine
  • Quotations

    * (rfdate), , "My Women" [https://archive.is/20121204150452/www.newyorker.com/fact/content/articles/050613fa_fact] *:Cathy teetered downstairs on very high heels, her hair swept up in a disintegrating “brioche,” her eyes glistening with belladonna drops.

    Derived terms

    * belladonna lily * belladonnized, belladonized