Examples of tranquilizer in a Sentence
a patient who is on tranquilizers
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After all, the city Minneapolis and Hennepin County, Minn., might be secretly giving cat tranquilizer to suspects.
Arthur also worked in pharmaceuticals and developed a reputation for cleverly marketing new drugs directly to doctors, convincing them to prescribe medications including tranquilizers to their patients.
In 2015, most of the people who died by their own hands had alcohol or some sort drug in their blood, including tranquilizers like Valium or Xanax, and opioids.
Officials from the San Antonio Zoo were called to assist with the monkey’s captured, facilitated by the use of a tranquilizer gun.
But when the newcomers started to disrupt the commune, the Rajneesh inner circle drugged them with Haldol, injecting the tranquilizer into their beer.
After a long chase, game wardens were successful in hitting the bear with a tranquilizer dart.
Whites, meanwhile, are more likely than blacks and Hispanics to die with benzodiazepines (tranquilizers) in their bodies.
In the novel, Montag’s wife exists in a kind of sentient coma, fueled by television, tranquilizers, and a wall of sound transmitted into her ear that prevents her having to feel things.
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TRANQUILIZER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tranquilizer for English Language Learners
: a drug that causes a person or animal to become very relaxed and calm
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