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Example sentences for carbolic

Here you can find a large assortment of example sentences for the word carbolic, or in other words sentences that can help you learn how to use carbolic in a sentence. Learning how to use a word in a sentences can be very helpful, for example when it comes to learning how to use the word in a sentence, in which context the word can be used as well as to learn the true meaning of the word "carbolic".

Carbolic in a sentence

Here below you will find several sentences that illustrate how to use the word carbolic in a sentence.


  1. Carl implies that he and John were not as lucky as Pip, and John says he can smell carbolic soap.


  2. In August and September 1871, she was seriously ill with an abscess in her arm, which Joseph Lister successfully lanced and treated with his new antiseptic carbolic acid spray.


  3. In late 1891, the Prince was implicated as having been involved with a former Gaiety Theatre chorus girl, Lydia Miller (stage name Lydia Manton), who committed suicide by drinking carbolic acid.


Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sardines_(Inside_No._9), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Victoria, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Albert_Victor,_Duke_of_Clarence_and_Avondale

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