To rub, crush, grind, or pound into fine particles or a powder; pulverize.(verb-transitive)
A triturated substance, especially a powdered drug.(noun)
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Use "triturate" in a sentence
"Assail me and you irrevocably ravish your own integrity, triturate your own sculpted truths."
"Take one drachm of ebeny and nine oboli of burnt copper, rub them upon a whetstone, add three oboli of saffron; triturate all these things reduced to a fine powder, pour in an Attic hemina of sweet wine, and then place in the sun and cover up; when sufficiently digested, use it."
"Having cut some bulbs or squill, boil in water, and when well boiled, throw this away, and having poured in more water, boil until it appear to the touch soft and well-boiled; then triturate finely and mix roasted cumin, and white sesames, and young almonds pounded in honey, form into an electuary and give; and afterwards sweet wine."