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tranquilization

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act of tranquilizing, or the state of being tranquilized. Also spelled tranquilisation, tranquillisation.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The act of tranquilizing, or the state of being tranquilized.

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  • noun Alternative form of tranquillization.

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Examples

  • Steve must have achieved a certain level of tranquilization from the tequila and grass, because he just shook his head and sighed.

    The Emerald Triangle

  • So there's no medication, there's no tranquilization, it's very hard for them to believe the truth of this situation.

    CNN Transcript - CNN Late Edition: Elian Gonzalez Case: What Happens Now? - April 23, 2000

  • His throat was too tight to swallow, his stomach a tight, cold knot, and as for his nerves-if he'd had a client as wrought up as he was, he would have recommended immediate tranquilization by a Healer.

    The Silver Gryphon

  • His throat was too tight to swallow, his stomach a tight, cold knot, and as for his nerves-if he'd had a client as wrought up as he was, he would have recommended immediate tranquilization by a Healer.

    The Silver Gryphon

  • There were benches and attendants who offered massage, tranquilization, and a host of other elegant services.

    The Man Who Used the Universe

  • There were benches and attendants who offered massage, tranquilization, and a host of other elegant services.

    The Man Who Used The Universe

  • One of the bulls, Lolita, died under tranquilization.

    City of Baraboo

  • Rest, first under sedation, later under tranquilization, and medicine and nourishment had made her beautiful.

    The Rebel Worlds

  • “Why is there anything at all?” or “Why is what there is the way it is?” are unanswerable not because they are too difficult, or surpass the limits of human intelli - gence altogether, but because all (legitimate) explana - tion (in contradistinction to tranquilization by means of verbal sedatives) inevitably proceeds from premisses which are themselves unexplained, at least in the given context of inquiry.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • William Grove's absence in Washington: it was a step toward a final resolution, a tranquilization, of the pressure at home.

    Cytherea

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