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concoction

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con=coc=tion

CIDE DICTIONARY

concoctionn. [L. concoctio.].
  •  A change in food produced by the organs of nutrition; digestion.  [1913 Webster]
  •  The act of concocting or preparing by combining different ingredients; also, the food or compound thus prepared.  [1913 Webster]
  •  The act of digesting in the mind; planning or devising; rumination.  Donne.  [1913 Webster]
  •  Abatement of a morbid process, as a fever and return to a normal condition.  [1913 Webster]
  •  The act of perfecting or maturing.  Bacon.  [1913 Webster]

THESAURUS

concoction

admixture, alloy, amalgam, artifact, authorship, beginning, blend, brainchild, brew, canard, child, coinage, combination, combo, commixture, composite, conception, confection, contrivance, contriving, creation, creative effort, creature, crowning achievement, decoction, decoctum, devising, distillation, effect, end product, ensemble, essence, extract, extravaganza, fable, fabrication, fiction, figment, forgery, fruit, generation, handiwork, hatching, immixture, improvisation, intermixture, invention, issue, magma, making do, manufacture, masterpiece, masterwork, mintage, mixture, myth, new mintage, offspring, opera, opus, opuscule, origination, outcome, outgrowth, paste, product, production, result, romance, work

ROGET THESAURUS

concoction

Preparation

N preparation, providing, provision, providence, anticipation, precaution, preconcertation, predisposition, forecast, rehearsal, note of preparation, arrangement, clearance, adjustment, tuning, equipment, outfit, accouterment, armament, array, ripening, maturation, evolution, elaboration, concoction, digestion, gestation, batching, incubation, sitting, groundwork, first stone, cradle, stepping-stone, foundation, scaffold, scaffolding, echafaudage, training, inurement, novitiate, cooking, cookery, brewing, culinary art, tilling, plowing sowing, semination, cultivation, preparedness, readiness, ripeness, mellowness, maturity, un impromptu fait a loisir, preparer, trainer, pioneer, trailblazer, avant-courrier, avant-coureur, voortrekker, sappers and miners, pavior, navvy, packer, stevedore, warming pan, preparing, in preparation, in course of preparation, in agitation, in embryo, in hand, in train, afoot, afloat, on foot, on the stocks, on the anvil, under consideration, brewing, batching, forthcoming, brooding, in store for, in reserve, precautionary, provident, preparative, preparatory, provisional, inchoate, under revision, preliminary, prepared, in readiness, ready, ready to one's band, ready made, ready cut and dried: made to one's hand, handy, on the table, in gear, in working order, in working gear, snug, in practice, ripe, mature, mellow, pukka, practiced, labored, elaborate, highly-wrought, smelling of the lamp, worked up, in full feather, in best bib and tucker, in harness, at harness, in the saddle, in arms, in battle array, in war paint, up in arms, armed at all points, armed to the teeth, armed cap a pie, sword in hand, booted and spurred, in utrumque paratus, semper paratus, on the alert, at one's post, in preparation, in anticipation of, against, for, abroach, a bove majori discit arare minor, looking before and after, si vis pacem para bellum.


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