The Collaborative International Dictionary
Creasote \Cre"a*sote\ (kr[=e]"[.a]*s[=o]t), n. See Creosote.
n. (archaic form of creosote English)
Usage examples of "creasote".
CARBOLIC ACID is a crystalline substance resembling creasote in its properties.
In France continuous inhalations of Peppermint oil combined with creasote and glycerine, have become used most successfully, even when cavities exist in the lungs, with copious bacillary expectoration.
Tar yields pyroligneous acid, oil of tar, and pitch: as well as guiacol and creasote.