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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of opiate.
- adj. Treated with an opiate.
- adj. Under the influence of an opiate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Mixed with opiates.
- adj. Under the influence of opiates.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Mixed with opium.
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I've actually felt this kind of opiated refinement before, in the original Lexus LS400 that debuted in 1989.
The contrasting angles of the two stairways are dizzying in this context... "opiated" is a good description.
The instant general dismissal of this opiated Bertrand Bonello movie seems premature to me.
At some point during my opiated carnival scenario I get a feeling in my stomach, friendly like.
Such a descriptor would have been beyond the most opiated dreams of a Chevrolet product planner two years ago.
Everyone in these offhanded portraits looked fabulous, in a debauched and groovy way, and even the characters who weren't familiar looked as they though should be, somewhere under the smeared mascara and opiated grins.
Coleridge wants to still the perpetually disruptive psychosomatic body of evidence that is specifically tied to his constipated and opiated condition.
But surely you are on target, John, about who and what is out of touch by virtue of an imagination worthy of a heavily opiated Coleridge.
And Lindsey has managed to have some idiot send him eleven ounces of opiated hash.
The only part of the discussion of Afghan policy more awkwardly missing from the calculations that there is no Afghanistan, is that all the men there -- yes, all of them -- are stoned all day, every day on the strongest hash (much of it opiated) on God's earth.