I went; and, drugged with veronal, I slept—slept dreamlessly—for fourteen hours.
She said it was my fault—that I ought not to have given her that veronal.
Edward said he gave his veronal and Schopenhauer, five grains of the former or a chapter of the latter.
Insomnia, which latterly had defied dangerously increased doses of veronal, was telling upon nerve and brain.
Each cachet contained three decigrams of malourea, the insidious drug notorious under its trade name of veronal.
I gave him a sufficient dose of veronal to insure his unconsciousness for several hours.
The man declared that he was being watched by the police, and that he dared not continue to supply her with cocaine and veronal.
She is sleeping soundly, at last, and has promised me there shall be no more night-caps of veronal.
Frederick awoke the next morning from an eleven hours' sleep, for which he was indebted chiefly to a dose of veronal.
It is the sodium salt of the more or less favorably known hypnotic, veronal (diethyl-barbituric acid).