morphia

noun
mor·phia | \ˈmȯr-fē-ə \

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Fortunately there were still ample supplies of morphia, and it was rumored that college students had donated marijuana. Nan Randall, The Atlantic, "'Charlottesville': A Government-Commissioned Story About Nuclear War," 25 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of morphia

1817, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for morphia

New Latin, from Morpheus

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morphewed

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morphia

-morphic

morphic effect

morphine

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morphia

noun
mor·phia | \ˈmȯr-fē-ə \

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