opiated

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Treated with an opiate
Under the influence of an opiate
Simple past tense and past participle of opiate
past of opiate
{s} anesthetized, put to sleep; calmed, lulled to an inactive state
Under the influence of opiates
Mixed with opiates
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Deadening; causing apathy or dullness
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Relating to, resembling, or containing opium
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To treat with an opiate drug
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Something that dulls the senses and induces a false and unrealistic sense of contentment
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Soporific; inducing sleep or sedation
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{n} a medicine causing sleep
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{a} causing sleep
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To subject to the influence of an opiate; to put to sleep
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Anything which induces rest or inaction; that which quiets uneasiness
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An opiate is a drug that contains opium. Opiates are used to reduce pain or to help people to sleep
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Pain-killing drug chemically related to opium; also called a narcotic
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{s} containing opium or a derivative of opium; narcotic, drug; calming, pacifying; boring
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Any substance, natural or synthetic, that is related in action to morphine and binds to the same, or some of the same, receptors Some writers use it just to mean opium, morphine, codeine, and heroin - the natural ingredients of the poppy and their derivatives, excluding the synthetic narcotic analgesics
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Any medicine that contains opium, and has the quality of inducing sleep or repose; a narcotic
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= compound containing the fundamental morphine or thebaine structure possessing some affinity to any, or all, of the opioid receptor subtypes Examples are heroin, buprenorphine and naltrexone
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Originally, a medicine of a thicker consistence than sirup, prepared with opium
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a narcotic drug that contains opium or an opium derivative
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{i} narcotic drug containing opium; anything which soothes or causes sleepiness or dullness of the senses; pharmaceutical substance which has properties similar to opium and its derivatives
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a class of codeine-derived, controlled narcotics, such as Tylenol #3, Percocet (oxycodone), Darvon (propoxyphene) and methadone; used to manage severe cases of Restless Legs Syndrome and Periodic Limb Movement Disorder
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A drug, hormone or other substance derived from or related to opium
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Inducing sleep; somniferous; narcotic; hence, anodyne; causing rest, dullness, or inaction; as, the opiate rod of Hermes
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{f} medically administer opium or a derivative of opium in order to relieve pain or anesthetize completely; calm, dull the senses, make sleepy
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