anesthetized[ uh-nes-thi-tahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF anesthetized
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANESTHETIZED
Then she turned quickly and surprised her anesthetized audience.
By putting a few drops of chloroform into the jar, the insect is anesthetized, and its struggles are made quickly to cease.
Now Ricky French especially has the air of a demonstrating anatomist over an anesthetized body.
One woman, Hannah Green, had been anesthetized in 1848 by chloroform before undergoing a minor operation on her toe.
Failing in this manner of procedure, the affected animal is to be cast and anesthetized with chloroform.
The patient should be anesthetized, and, by the use of a wedge as a fulcrum, the bones should be forced into position.
A gauze bag of the correct shape and size is filled with salt and ice mixed, and applied to the area to be anesthetized.
He described the fact that Governor Connally was conscious up until the time he was anesthetized in the operating room.
This wound was covered by a dressing which could not be removed until the Governor was anesthetized.