A small glass vial that is sealed after filling and used chiefly as a container for a hypodermic injection solution.(noun)
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Use "ampoule" in a sentence
"The chimera drops the empty ampoule into the bag, and smiles."
"The chimera reaches into the bag at her feet, and rummages around, pulling out a small ampoule filled with yellow smoke."
"A French nun who was cured overnight of Parkinson's disease after invoking John Paul's intercession presented the Pope with an ampoule of his blood as a holy relic."