syn·ka·tath·e·sis | \ ˌsinkəˈtathəsə̇s, -iŋk-\
Definition of synkatathesis
: acceptance or endorsement of a presentation or idea as true or valid —used of a Stoic doctrine analogous to the modern view of judgment
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to affect and impair by alcohol or a drug
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