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narcotize

verb nar·co·tize \ˈnär-kə-ˌtīz\
nar·co·tizednar·co·tiz·ing

Definition of NARCOTIZE

transitive verb
1
a :  to treat with or subject to a narcotic
b :  to put into narcosis
2
:  to soothe to unconsciousness or unawareness
intransitive verb
:  to act as a narcotic

Origin of NARCOTIZE

International Scientific Vocabulary
First Known Use: 1526

Rhymes with NARCOTIZE

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narcotize

verb nar·co·tize   (Medical Dictionary)
nar·co·tized also British nar·co·tisednar·co·tiz·ing also British nar·co·tis·ing

Medical Definition of NARCOTIZE

transitive verb
1
:  to treat with or subject to a narcotic
2
:  to put into a state of narcosis
intransitive verb
:  to act as a narcotizing agent

Variants of NARCOTIZE

nar·co·tize also British nar·co·tise \ˈnär-kə-ˌtīz\

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