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n., pl. -ries.
A small plug of medication designed to melt at body temperature within a body cavity other than the mouth, especially the rectum or vagina. Also called bougie.
[Middle English, from Old French suppositorie, from Medieval Latin suppositÅrium, from Late Latin, neuter of suppositÅrius, placed under, from Latin suppositus, past participle of suppÅnere, to put under. See suppose.]