He once had some painkiller administered to him by Tom Sawyer.
"I guess you'll do well enough without any painkiller," he said to himself.
His days of “painkiller,” which he stocked for trade, had not yet come round.
Gordon found one tablet of painkiller left in the bottle and swallowed it with the dregs of the coffee.
Stuffed himself till his hide was stretched as tight as a sausage skin, and then howled for painkiller.
There's a bottle of painkiller, if that's what ye want, and a packet of salts left—maybe they'd do ye some good.
Perry took a painkiller after the shower, which kicked in as they went out the door, and the autumn evening was crisp and sharp.
Painkiller would come next; after that, if need be, would come libations of red ink.