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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of narcotize.
  • adj. Drowsy or insensible from narcotics.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. under the influence of narcotics.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. under the influence of narcotics


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  • Those recalling the narcotized climate of the early Obama administration won't be surprised that these other warnings were never heard underneath the waving of pom-poms and the mindless chanting of the mantra "It's not the personnel, it's the policy."


  • He, a product of the sixties, still "care [s] about literature," while today's "narcotized" students read "inferior literature."

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  • But seeing my students and other young people narcotized with iPads and cell phones in a state in which they are oblivious to the human beings around them, makes me realize how lonely they are, trying to find a way in texting and phoning to substitute remote communication for intimacy.

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  • The potheads, though, believe she is a fink for abandoning their narcotized orbit.

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  • Carli, unlucky at love but still hopeful, works at a deli alongside curmudgeonly Ed Asner, who serves up grouchy asides "You want a spark, chew on a lamp cord" with all the energy of a narcotized bulldog.

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  • "Well, I just stop I guess" the narcotized looking Boyle warbled almost incoherently.

    Melody Breyer-Grell: My Issue With Susan Boyle

  • On the morning of October, 17, 2004, deeply narcotized on opiates in a hospital bed in Boston and surrounded by his wife and his children, the man dies of metastatic lung cancer, a sliver of asbestos still lodged in the periphery of his lung.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • Somehow, I think raw and narcotized might be flip sides of the same truth.

    Tin Boxes

  • The main difference is that the New Yorkers of Mad Men are a strangely narcotized bunch.

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  • Before they moved upstate to the Catskills and started fashioning themselves as a sort of pleasantly narcotized version of The Band, Mercury Rev made some ... var news_amount = 4;

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