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prescription bottle



prescription bottle (plural prescription bottles)

  1. A container for prescription medications, usually a small plastic cylinder with a screw cap.
    Where did I leave my prescription bottle?
    • 1999, George B. Griffenhagen, George Griffen Hagen, & Mary Bogard, History of Drug Containers and their Labels, page 45
      In 1908 Obear-Nester conducted a contest to name a new style of prescription bottle that would be on the market 1 January 1909.