- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sedate.
“He's still being sedated, which is important because if you're not sedated, you tend to become quite aggravated by the breathing tube.”
“I actually felt very good, sedated, which is quite different from my usual psycho-on and alert mind and mouth.”
“They still were intubated and heavily sedated, meaning that there's still -- it's still going to be some time before they recover.”
“Still don’t know if there is brain damage or, if so, how much; cannot be assessed when heavily sedated, which is needed for the breathing and feeding toobs.”
“Colonoscopy patients are sedated, meaning the examination can be more thorough.”
“It says he was "sedated" intravenously and they put a lubricated camera scope where the sun doesnt shine.”
“Except when sedated, he was fully conscious and completely rational.”
“Trust ecstatic arousal more than sedated relaxation; pay more attention to irrationality than over-rationality; cultivate circular thought over linear causality; prioritize whole feelings as opposed to fragmented thoughts; seek jazzy syncopation rather than monotonous metronome-like, tick-tock-clock rhythms; become improvisational rather than ritualistic; and revere wild experience over that which is tame.”
“Become a spiritual pirate unafraid of anything or anyone who tries to keep you overly sedated and comatose.”
“Also, pets can get overly sedated, groggy, or have altered personalities on these medications, so more than one may be tried before the best medication is located.”
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