Definition of 'anesthetic'
Example sentences containing 'anesthetic'
Banks was a veritable Philip Larkin when it came to hospitals, could think only of "the anesthetic from which none come round.AFTERMATH (2001)
I'm all right, I suppose, but I feel sort of numb, as if I've just come around from an anesthetic and I'm still all padded in cotton wool.AFTERMATH (2001)
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