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anesthetized

Synonyms:

adjective
dead
apathetic, asleep, boring, callous, deadened, dull, flat, frigid, glazed, inert, insensitive, insipid, lukewarm, numb, paralyzed, senseless, spiritless, stagnant, stale, still, tasteless, torpid, unfeeling, uninteresting, unresponsive, vapid, wooden, Numbed.
insensitive
aloof, apathetic, benumbed, blunt, callous, cold-blooded, cool, dead, detached, dispassionate, emotionless, hard, hard-boiled, hardened, hardhearted, heartless, indifferent, insensible, insensitive, nonchalant, numb, objective, passionless, passive, ruthless, stony, tough, uncompassionate, unconcerned, unemotional, unfeeling, unsympathetic, immune to, impervious to, nonreactive, unimpressionable, unsusceptible.
lessened
relieved.
numb
aloof, casual, comatose, dazed, desensitized, detached, disinterested, drugged, frozen, incurious, indifferent, insensate, insentient, lethargic, listless, narcotized, phlegmatic, remote, stupefied, stuporous, unconcerned, unconscious, uninterested, immobilized, uncurious, deadened, dull, insensitive, numb, stupid.
passed out
blacked out, dead to the world, out like a light, out cold, knocked out.
relieved
alleviated, diminished, eased, mitigated, softened, Abated, Allayed, Assuaged, Lightened, Palliated, Salved, Soothed.
senseless
comatose, dead, dull, faint, insensible, insentient, narcotic, oblivious, senseless, soporific, swooning, unconscious, unperceptive, blacked out, trance-like, aloof, callous, insensitive, numb, unfeeling.
unfeeling
brutal, cantankerous, churlish, cold, cold fish, cold-blooded, crotchety, cruel, exacting, hard, hardened, heartless, icy, inanimate, inhuman, merciless, obdurate, pitiless, ruthless, severe, stony, surly, thick-skinned, tough, uncaring, uncompassionate, uncordial, unemotional, unkind, unsympathetic, Iron-hearted, Unamiable, Cold-hearted, feelingless, sensationless.
unimpressionable
impassive, insusceptible, unsusceptible, Impassible.
unsusceptible
unimpressionable.
noun
anesthetized
anaesthetised, anaesthetized, anesthetised, insensible.
verb
deaden
abate, alleviate, anesthetize, benumb, blunt, check, chloroform, consume, cushion, damp, dampen, depress, deprive, desensitize, destroy, devitalize, dim, drown, etherize, exhaust, freeze, frustrate, gas, hush, impair, incapacitate, injure, ko, lay out, lessen, mute, paralyze, put to sleep, quieten, reduce, repress, slow, smother, soften, stifle, stun, stupefy, suppress, tire, tone down, unnerve, weaken, knock out, retard, dope, put out of order.
desensitize
deaden, make inactive, make less sensitive, render insensible.
disabled
benumbed, botched, cramped, crippled, deadened, disabled, dulled, enfeebled, handicapped, impaired, incapacitated, invalidated, neutralized, paralyzed, stunned, stupefied, vitiated, weakened, Abrogated, Disarmed, Hampered, Hamstrung, Hindered, Hobbled, Lamed, Sapped, Scotched, Tampered, Prostrated, screwed up, undermined.
dope
adulterate, debase, inject, load, narcotize, sedate, soak, sophisticate.
drug
dope up, dose, fix, medicate, poison, relax, treat, HIT, analgize, dose up.
ease
aid, allay, ameliorate, appease, assist, assuage, attend to, calm, cheer, comfort, cure, disburden, disengage, doctor, expedite, facilitate, forward, free, further, improve, lift, lighten, meliorate, mitigate, moderate, mollify, nurse, pacify, palliate, promote, quiet, release, relent, relieve, simplify, slacken, smooth, soothe, speed, speed up, tranquilize, Untighten, make easier, clear the way, let up on, open the door, run interference for.
entrance
attract, bewitch, charm, delight, enchant, enrapture, enthrall, fascinate, gladden, mesmerize, please, ravish, rejoice, spellbind, transport, put in a trance.
hypnotize
captivate, drug, entrance, induce, magnetize, bring under control, dull the will, hold under a spell, lull to sleep, make drowsy, make sleepy, subject tosuggestion.
medicate
opiate, physic.
numb
chill, frost, immobilize, obtund.
numbed
Numbed.
paralyze
appall, arrest, astound, bemuse, close, daunt, daze, debilitate, demolish, disable, disarm, enfeeble, halt, lame, nonplus, palsy, petrify, prostrate, shut down, stop dead, transfix, make inert, bring to grinding halt, make nerveless.
untighten
loose, loosen, slack, let up.
Examples of usage:
  1. They entered his blood as if they had been an injection of some sweetly narcotic drug; thy lanced deep into his bowels as if they had been a surgeon's knife; they made him like a half- anesthetized patient who at the same time dreams of paradise and feels that he is bleeding to death. – The Devil's Garden by W. B. Maxwell
  2. " Maybe I will," said Dr. Hoyt vaguely, slightly anesthetized. – No Charge for Alterations by Horace Leonard Gold
  3. At the door of a ward I spoke to the attendant who indicated that a patient was about to be anesthetized, and Reinstrom and I entered the room. – The Exploits of Elaine by Arthur B. Reeve
  4. He trudged home anesthetized, wished Batman a good sleep, and lowered himself onto his mattress. – Joe Burke's Last Stand by John Moncure Wetterau
  5. No one had told them that the Skins, which fed off the bloodstream of their hosts, had become anesthetized from the alcohol and failed any longer to react to their Master Skin. – Rastignac the Devil by Philip José Farmer

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