Examples of medicate in a Sentence
The patient had been heavily medicated.
Recent Examples of medicate from the Web
His habit of self-medicating by getting furiously drunk is of no help to his ferocious temper.
Two patients who died at Arbour Health System psychiatric hospitals were improperly medicated with numerous powerful drugs, according to a new report from an organization that investigated the deaths.
Drowsy and medicated, Cachay was escorted to the room by an employee while Brooks filled out the paperwork.
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But despite her best efforts to medicate him into tranquility, Paul begins to uncover the systemic evil that underpins his ostensibly idyllic home.
His caregiver noticed an abscess on his leg Friday and took him to the vet, who medicated him.
In 2015, the CDC said, enough opioids were prescribed to medicate every American around the clock for three weeks.
An investigation found records were incomplete and failed to show the resident was properly medicated for the wound, DPH said.
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Origin and Etymology of medicate
First Known Use: circa 1623See Words from the same year
MEDICATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of medicate for English Language Learners
: to treat (a person or disease) with medicine and especially with drugs
MEDICATE Defined for Kids
Definition of medicate for Students
- You should medicate your sore throat.
- medicated soap
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