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Before the flight, he used heroin—and it was the last opiate he ever took.
So it was like Perc 30s and opiates that were someone’s prescription that we got.
The hours wore on toward night, and Nita slept under the influence of an opiate administered by the maid.
THEY LOOKED AND LOVEDMRS. ALEX MCVEIGH MILLER
In spite of his groans and anguish, the old notary was insensible under the influence of an opiate.
It is here used by Milton as the name of an opiate and it is now occasionally used as a general name for drugs that relieve pain.
MILTON'S COMUSJOHN MILTON
He was evidently under the influence of a heavy opiate, for there was no sign of life, except the faint breathing.
What a marvelous opiate the ecclesiastics have been injecting into the minds of the masses!
No soft hand of woman smoothed his pillow or relieved the agony of pain and suffering by the timely opiate or emollient.
This was speedily effected, and without awaking the youth, whose senses were benumbed, as if by some powerful opiate.
WILD WESTERN SCENESJOHN BEAUCHAMP JONES
He daubed a ghastly blue cross on Pugs cheek to show he had been given an opiate, and then they went on again.
GRAPES OF WRATHBOYD CABLE

WORDS RELATED TO OPIATE

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