narcotic

[ nahr-kot-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF narcotic

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I had been saved from being smothered by having taken an overdose of some narcotic.

At best they have been but a "consolation prize" or a narcotic.

Alcohol is not a stimulant, but is really a narcotic that is very depressing.

Narcotic, anti-spasmodic, and irritant poison; one to two drachms.

Narcotic, anodyne, and anti-spasmodic; ten to twenty grains.

We can't tell what it is—except that it acts like a narcotic.

Instead of poison, Fanfar took a narcotic, and lies as if dead.

It is not certain how long tobacco has been used as a narcotic.

Their companionship must often have been a stimulant—when he needed, perhaps, a narcotic.

The plant is narcotic, antispasmodic and like belladonna it dilates the pupil.

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