verb (used with object), nar·co·tized, nar·co·tiz·ing.
verb (used without object), nar·co·tized, nar·co·tiz·ing.
Examples from the Web for narcotize
A mystic beverage secretly used by our most popular novelists and poets to regulate the imagination and narcotize the conscience.The Devil's Dictionary|Ambrose Bierce
It is upon this very principle that the same amount of wine may stimulate at dinner, but narcotize when taken in the forenoon.Tobacco and Alcohol|John Fiske
The instruction I gave him was in these words: "I want you to narcotize those women to within an inch of their lives."
They fascinate even when they excite, and soothe and narcotize in the communication of their subtle power.A Trooper Galahad|Charles King