soporiferous[ sop-uh-rif-er-uh s, soh-puh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF soporiferous
Synonyms for soporiferous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SOPORIFEROUS
Happily, however, that soporiferous monotony is beginning to get obsolete.
These may be called the properties of a verb; and like those of opium, they are soporiferous properties.
The garden is also enriched by the cucumber, the soporiferous poppy, and the daffodil, and the acanthus.
At last the soporiferous fumes of the wine lulled him into a gentle repose.
The English, on the return of the herald, went to sleep, for the presence of the herald always had a soporiferous influence.
The right Fin hath a soporiferous quality to make one sleep, if it be put under ones head.
One of these, Erdaviraph, a young but holy prelate, received from the hands of his brethren three cups of soporiferous wine.
At last the soporiferous fume of the wine lulled him into a gentle repose.