A mineral substance in a powdery state after sublimation.
- f. of antimony SYN: antimony trioxide.
- f. of benzoin SYN: benzoic acid.
- f. of sulfur SYN: sublimed sulfur.
- f. of zinc SYN: zinc oxide.

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flow·ers 'flau̇(-ə)rz n pl a finely divided powder produced esp. by condensation or sublimation

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flow·ers (flouґərz) a sublimed drug.

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