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Pleasantly warm and breezy
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  1. Pleasantly warm and breezy
  2. Having the qualities of balm; soothing, fragrant, etc.
  3. Mild and pleasant:
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.
Making drowsy; soporific
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  1. Making drowsy; soporific
  2. Produced or characterized by sleepiness.
  3. Dull with sleepiness; sluggish.
Not clear or resonant:
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  1. Not clear or resonant:
  2. Not bright, vivid, or shiny:
  3. Dispirited; depressed:
Inducing drowsiness
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  1. Inducing drowsiness
  2. Inducing or tending to induce sleep; soporific.
  3. Sleepy; drowsy
(--- loosely) Any illicit drug, as LSD or marijuana
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  1. (--- loosely) Any illicit drug, as LSD or marijuana
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
Something likened to this in effect:
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  1. Something likened to this in effect:
  2. (Medicine) A substance administered to reduce the perception of pain or to induce numbness. An anesthetic may or may not render the recipient unconscious, depending upon the type used.
  3. A drug, gas, etc. used to produce anesthesia, as before surgery
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.
Causing sleep; soporific
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  1. Causing sleep; soporific
  2. Easily hypnotized
  3. Inducing or tending to induce sleep; soporific:
Of or relating to narcotics, their effects, or their use.
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  1. Of or relating to narcotics, their effects, or their use.
  2. 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.
  3. Of, by, or for narcotic addicts
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.
Tranquil; calm; quiet
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  1. Tranquil; calm; quiet
  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. Sleepy; drowsy
Intellectually slow.
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  1. Intellectually slow.
  2. Quite sleepy or tired.
  3. Sleepy; drowsy
Produced or characterized by sleepiness.
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  1. Produced or characterized by sleepiness.
  2. Peacefully quiet or inactive
  3. Dull with sleepiness; sluggish.
Not very active; dull; quiet
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  1. Not very active; dull; quiet
  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.
Slumberous.
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  1. Slumberous.
  2. 1590, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, III.6:
Inducing drowsiness
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  1. Inducing drowsiness
  2. Inducing or tending to induce sleep; soporific.
  3. Sleepy; drowsy
A person who is hypnotized.
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  1. A person who is hypnotized.
  2. A hypnotized person or one easily hypnotized
  3. An agent that causes sleep; a soporific.
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.
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  1. 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.
  2. (--- loosely) Any illicit drug, as LSD or marijuana
  3. 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.
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.
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