To Dúlcify. v.a. [dulcifier, French.] To sweeten; to set free from acidity, saltness, or acrimony of any kind.
A decoction of wild gourd, or colocynthis, though somewhat qualified, will not from every hand be dulcified into aliment, by an addition of flower or meal. Brown's Vulgar Err.
I dressed him with a pledgit, dipt in a dulcified tincture of vitriol. Wiseman's Surgery.
Spirit of wine dulcifies spirit of salt; nitre, or vitriol have other bad effects. Arbuthnot on Aliments.