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synonyms for anesthetized

  • asleep
  • flat
  • paralyzed
  • boring
  • still
  • apathetic
  • callous
  • deadened
  • dull
  • frigid
  • glazed
  • inert
  • insensitive
  • insipid
  • lukewarm
  • numb
  • numbed
  • senseless
  • spiritless
  • stagnant
  • stale
  • tasteless
  • torpid
  • unfeeling
  • uninteresting
  • unresponsive
  • vapid
  • wooden
  • diminished
  • abated
  • allayed
  • alleviated
  • eased
  • lightened
  • mitigated
  • salved
  • softened
  • soothed

antonyms for anesthetized

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  • animate
  • animated
  • interested
  • responsive
  • spirited
  • warm
  • aware
  • caring
  • concerned
  • feeling
  • impressionable
  • mindful
  • responsive
  • sensitive
  • touched
  • compassionate
  • sympathetic
  • lively
  • responsive
  • sensitive
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        How to use anesthetized in a sentence

        Sows are anesthetized and then rolled into a surgical suite, where veterinarians remove eggs from their ovaries.
        GENE EDITING HAS MADE PIGS IMMUNE TO A DEADLY EPIDEMICKATIE MCLEANDECEMBER 11, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
        In the case of visual perception, this has, historically, involved presenting artificial stimuli to restrained or anesthetized animals, while recording neuronal activity in the visual cortex with electrodes.
        ARE WE WIRED TO BE OUTSIDE? - ISSUE 92: FRONTIERSGRIGORI GUITCHOUNTSNOVEMBER 11, 2020NAUTILUS
        Now Ricky French especially has the air of a demonstrating anatomist over an anesthetized body.
        YOUNG PEOPLE'S PRIDESTEPHEN VINCENT BENET
        Then she turned quickly and surprised her anesthetized audience.
        THE QUICKENINGFRANCIS LYNDE
        One woman, Hannah Green, had been anesthetized in 1848 by chloroform before undergoing a minor operation on her toe.
        BLOODLETTING INSTRUMENTS IN THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND TECHNOLOGYAUDREY DAVIS
        Failing in this manner of procedure, the affected animal is to be cast and anesthetized with chloroform.
        LAMENESS OF THE HORSEJOHN VICTOR LACROIX
        He described the fact that Governor Connally was conscious up until the time he was anesthetized in the operating room.
        WARREN COMMISSION (6 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. VI (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
        This wound was covered by a dressing which could not be removed until the Governor was anesthetized.
        WARREN COMMISSION (4 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. IV (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
        By putting a few drops of chloroform into the jar, the insect is anesthetized, and its struggles are made quickly to cease.
        THE BUTTERFLY BOOKWILLIAM JACOB HOLLAND
        He felt anesthetized, numb to any sensation of personal danger.
        PAGAN PASSIONSGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
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        WORDS RELATED TO ANESTHETIZED

        • anesthetized
        • apathetic
        • asleep
        • boring
        • callous
        • deadened
        • dull
        • flat
        • frigid
        • glazed
        • inert
        • insensitive
        • insipid
        • lukewarm
        • numb
        • numbed
        • paralyzed
        • senseless
        • spiritless
        • stagnant
        • stale
        • still
        • tasteless
        • torpid
        • unfeeling
        • uninteresting
        • unresponsive
        • vapid
        • wooden
        • abated
        • allayed
        • alleviated
        • anesthetized
        • diminished
        • eased
        • lightened
        • mitigated
        • salved
        • softened
        • soothed
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