Words nearby narcotism
OTHER WORDS FROM narcotismnar·co·tist, noun
Examples from the Web for narcotism
In large doses of the greater number, narcotism predominates; in smaller ones, irritation; they are rarely coexistent.
Natural sleep is one of these; the unconsciousness of narcotism or anesthesia is another.Psychotherapy|James J. Walsh
When inhaled in the ordinary way, nitrous oxide gas induces exhilaration and narcotism, without asphyxia.
On the contrary, he had seen persons die of narcotism, who would have survived if left to the vis medicatrix natur.Every Man his own Doctor|R. T. Claridge