Liq`ue*fa"cient (?), n. [L. liquefaciens, p. pr. of liquefacere. See Liquefy.]

1.

That which serves to liquefy.

2. Med.

An agent, as mercury, iodine, etc., which promotes the liquefying processes of the system, and increases the secretions.

 

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