soporific

[ sop-uh-rif-ik, soh-puh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF soporific
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The first pages of most of these old papers are as soporific as a bed of poppies.

He had made up his mind that he might have to spend days in this soporific hamlet.

The soporific, thwarted in its effect for a moment, redoubled its power over him.

I shall administer a soporific to these men, and then shall extinguish the light.

The restlessness of the sea acts as a soporific on jangled nerves.

He had not found the bench at the police station of a soporific kind.

The sunshine lay on the yellow house fronts like a soporific.

There was something enervating and soporific in the steamy atmosphere.

Virginia had not surrendered to the soporific tendencies of the hour.

This play, introduced as a soporific by Bob, proved a real bond.

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