anesthetize anesthetize


  • (v) administer an anesthetic drug to


  1. The result wasn't any artistically fruitful psychological trauma, as far as he knows; it was that he learned to anesthetize himself from pain.
  2. So if you didn't know how to anesthetize them safely, it was easier to believe they didn't feel pain.
  3. It lets us anesthetize our conscience.


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  1. One of their favorite routines from the Burnett show was the dentist sketch, "where I kind of anesthetize my entire body with Novocain" while trying to fill Korman's teeth, Conway told The Times on Thursday.
    on May 30, 2008 By: Tim Conway Source: Los Angeles Times

  2. "In this field you cannot anesthetize consciences," Benedict said. "The pharmacist must invite everyone to demonstrate their humanity, so that every individual is protected from conception to natural death."
    on Oct 29, 2007 By: Pope Benedict XVI Source: Earthtimes (press release)

  3. Bruce says, "The big problem is the reasons people want to anesthetize themselves. We fight it the wrong way. The war on drugs is a joke. If somebody weren't making money off cocaine and drug traffic in general, it wouldn't exist."
    on Jun 22, 2007 By: Bruce Willis Source: Baltimore Sun

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