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Anesthetic synonyms
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A sedative medicine
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  1. A sedative medicine
  2. An agent or a drug having a soothing, calming, or tranquilizing effect.
  3. A drug having a calming or quieting effect, often given to reduce anxiety or to promote relaxation.
Any drug, as aspirin, that is taken to relieve pain
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  1. Any drug, as aspirin, that is taken to relieve pain
  2. A medication that reduces or eliminates pain.
  3. A drug used to eliminate pain; a painkiller. Aspirin and acetaminophen are analgesics.
A medicine that relieves pain; analgesic
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  1. A medicine that relieves pain; analgesic
  2. An agent, such as an analgesic drug, that relieves pain.
Anything that relieves pain or soothes
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  1. Anything that relieves pain or soothes
  2. A medicine, such as aspirin, that relieves pain.
  3. A source of soothing comfort.
Something, as a drug, that causes sleep
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  1. Something, as a drug, that causes sleep
  2. A drug or other substance that induces sleep; a hypnotic.
A trancelike state, artificially induced, in which a person has a heightened suggestibility, and in which suppressed memories may be experienced
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  1. A trancelike state, artificially induced, in which a person has a heightened suggestibility, and in which suppressed memories may be experienced
  2. A trancelike condition usually induced by another person, in which the subject is in a state of altered consciousness and responds, with certain limitations, to the suggestions of the hypnotist
  3. A trancelike state resembling sleep, usually induced by a therapist by focusing a subject's attention, that heightens the subject's receptivity to suggestion. The uses of hypnosis in medicine and psychology include recovering repressed memories, modifying or eliminating undesirable behavior (such as smoking), and treating certain chronic disorders, such as anxiety.
A drug, such as an anesthetic or bronchodilator, or another substance, such as saline solution, inhaled for medicinal purposes in vapor or aerosol form.
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  1. A drug, such as an anesthetic or bronchodilator, or another substance, such as saline solution, inhaled for medicinal purposes in vapor or aerosol form.
  2. A medicine or other substance to be inhaled as a vapor
  3. A substance inhaled as an intoxicant, usually in the form of a vapor.
The speed control of a gasoline engine. Used with the:
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  1. The speed control of a gasoline engine. Used with the:
  2. A gaseous fuel, such as natural gas.
  3. A condition resulting from indigestion in which such gas causes abdominal bloating, flatulence, etc.
The injection of a medicine or drug under the skin
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  1. The injection of a medicine or drug under the skin
  2. A subcutaneous, intracutaneous, intramuscular, or intravenous injection by means of a hypodermic syringe and needle.
Plural form of drop
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Any of various sedative narcotics containing opium or one or more of its natural or synthetic derivatives.
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  1. Any of various sedative narcotics containing opium or one or more of its natural or synthetic derivatives.
  2. A drug, hormone, or other chemical substance having sedative or narcotic effects similar to those containing opium or its derivatives:
  3. Any drug containing opium or any of its derivatives, and acting as a sedative and narcotic
A controlled substance.
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  1. A controlled substance.
  2. A drug, such as morphine or heroin, that is derived from opium or an opiumlike compound, relieves pain, often induces sleep, can alter consciousness, and is potentially addictive.
  3. Any of a group of highly addictive analgesic drugs derived from opium or opiumlike compounds. Narcotics can cause drowsiness and significant alterations of mood and behavior.
A dressing, varnish, or filler, as for protecting the cloth covering of airplane wings, surfaces, etc.
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  1. A dressing, varnish, or filler, as for protecting the cloth covering of airplane wings, surfaces, etc.
  2. Any thick liquid or pasty substance, or other material, used to lubricate or absorb something
  3. (Chiefly Southern US) A carbonated soft drink containing an extract of the kola nut and other flavorings.
Not having enough blood; anemic or pale
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  1. Not having enough blood; anemic or pale
  2. Without blood
  3. Pale and anemic in color:
Not clear or resonant:
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  1. Not clear or resonant:
  2. Not bright, vivid, or shiny:
  3. Dispirited; depressed:
Lacking sensation; not feeling, or not capable of feeling, sensation; inanimate
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  1. Lacking sensation; not feeling, or not capable of feeling, sensation; inanimate
  2. Lacking sense or the power to reason.
  3. Lacking sensibility; without regard or feeling for others; cold; insensitive
Devoid of physical sensation or the power to react, as to pain or cold; numb.
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  1. Devoid of physical sensation or the power to react, as to pain or cold; numb.
  2. Not responsive emotionally; without feeling
  3. Imperceptible; inappreciable:
Having or showing a lack of concern for the feelings of others; tactless
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  1. Having or showing a lack of concern for the feelings of others; tactless
  2. Not having normal emotional feelings; cold; tactless; undiplomatic
  3. Not sensitive; esp., incapable of being impressed, influenced, or affected; having little or no reaction (to)
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