Definition of Quinine
The word "quinine" uses 7 letters: eiinnqu.
n. - An alkaloid extracted from the bark of several species of cinchona (esp. Cinchona Calisaya) as a bitter white crystalline substance, C20H24N2O2. Hence, by extension (Med.), any of the salts of this alkaloid, as the acetate, chloride, sulphate, etc., employed as a febrifuge or antiperiodic. Called also quinia, quinina, etc. 2
Words formed by adding one letter before or after quinine (in bold), or to eiinnqu in any order:
s - quinines