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Narcotic synonyms
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Bringing sleep, quiet, or ease; narcotic
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  1. Bringing sleep, quiet, or ease; narcotic
  2. Resembling opium or its derivatives in activity.
  3. Causing dullness or apathy; deadening.
Drowsy.
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  1. Drowsy.
  2. Inducing or tending to induce sleep.
  3. Causing or tending to cause sleep
Relaxing:
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  1. Relaxing:
  2. Lacking zest, vigor, etc.; bland; insipid
  3. Capable of soothing or eliminating pain.
Causing numbness, esp. in feeling or in mental or emotional response
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  1. Causing numbness, esp. in feeling or in mental or emotional response
Of or causing analgesia.
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  1. Of or causing analgesia.
  2. A drug used to eliminate pain; a painkiller. Aspirin and acetaminophen are analgesics.
Causing the reduction of pain sensitivity.
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  1. Causing the reduction of pain sensitivity.
  2. Causing anesthesia.
  3. Producing anesthesia
A drug, such as a narcotic, that induces stupor.
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  1. A drug, such as a narcotic, that induces stupor.
A source of soothing comfort.
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  1. A source of soothing comfort.
  2. Anything that relieves pain or soothes
  3. A medicine, such as aspirin, that relieves pain.
Any of various analgesic, narcotic drugs derived from the opium poppy, such as morphine or codeine.
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  1. Any of various analgesic, narcotic drugs derived from the opium poppy, such as morphine or codeine.
  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 chemical substance such as a narcotic or a hallucinogen that affects the central nervous system and is used recreationally for perceived desirable effects on personality, perception, or behavior. Many recreational drugs are used illicitly and can be addictive.
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  1. A chemical substance such as a narcotic or a hallucinogen that affects the central nervous system and is used recreationally for perceived desirable effects on personality, perception, or behavior. Many recreational drugs are used illicitly and can be addictive.
  2. A substance used in the diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of a disease or as a component of a medication.
  3. Such a substance as recognized or defined by the US Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
Any substance tending to induce hallucination
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  1. Any substance tending to induce hallucination
  2. A drug or chemical that causes a person to have hallucinations. Mescaline, LSD, and psilocybin are hallucinogens.
  3. A drug or other substance that produces hallucinations
Any of various analgesic, narcotic drugs derived from the opium poppy, such as morphine or codeine.
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  1. Any of various analgesic, narcotic drugs derived from the opium poppy, such as morphine or codeine.
  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 drug used to stimulate or hinder a racehorse's performance
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  1. A drug used to stimulate or hinder a racehorse's performance
  2. An illicit drug, especially marijuana.
  3. (Informal) Any drug or narcotic, or such drugs collectively
A hypnotized person or one easily hypnotized
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  1. A hypnotized person or one easily hypnotized
  2. A person who can be hypnotized.
  3. An agent that causes sleep; a soporific.
Any of various analgesic, narcotic drugs derived from the opium poppy, such as morphine or codeine.
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  1. Any of various analgesic, narcotic drugs derived from the opium poppy, such as morphine or codeine.
  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 sedative medicine
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  1. A sedative medicine
  2. A drug having a calming or quieting effect, often given to reduce anxiety or to promote relaxation.
  3. An agent or a drug having a soothing, calming, or tranquilizing effect.
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.
Causing sleep; soporific
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  1. Causing sleep; soporific
  2. Easily hypnotized
  3. Inducing or tending to induce sleep; soporific:
Causing dullness or apathy; deadening.
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  1. Causing dullness or apathy; deadening.
  2. Resembling opium or its derivatives in activity.
  3. Bringing sleep, quiet, or ease; narcotic
Tending to soothe or quiet
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  1. Tending to soothe or quiet
  2. Having a soothing, calming, or tranquilizing effect; reducing or relieving anxiety, stress, irritability, or excitement.
  3. A drug having a calming or quieting effect, often given to reduce anxiety or to promote relaxation.
  1. Dull; lazy; heavy; sluggish.
  2. Tending to induce sleep; soporific.
  3. Tired; feeling the need for sleep.
Quiet; tranquil.
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  1. Quiet; tranquil.
  2. Inclined to slumber; sleepy; drowsy
  3. Sleepy; drowsy.
Tending to produce sleep; hypnotic.
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  1. Tending to produce sleep; hypnotic.
Causing or inducing sleep, normally with harmful overtones.
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  1. Causing or inducing sleep, normally with harmful overtones.
Inducing drowsiness
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  1. Inducing drowsiness
  2. Inducing or tending to induce sleep; soporific.
  3. Drowsy; sleepy.
Inducing or tending to induce sleep.
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  1. Inducing or tending to induce sleep.
  2. Drowsy.
  3. Causing or tending to cause sleep
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