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Origin of stimulant
OTHER WORDS FROM stimulantan·ti·stim·u·lant, adjective, nounnon·stim·u·lant, noun, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for stimulant
In France, ibogaine was sold and prescribed as an antidepressant and stimulant called Lambarene for more than 30 years until the 1960s, when the government outlawed the sale of ibogaine.Inside Ibogaine, One of the Most Promising and Perilous Psychedelics for Addiction|Mandy Oaklander|April 5, 2021|Time
In a 2017 mouse study, for example, wounds healed faster in animals that were previously exposed to an inflammatory stimulant.‘Trained Immunity’ Offers Hope in Fight Against Coronavirus|Esther Landhuis|September 14, 2020|Quanta Magazine
Then there is the nicotine: a stimulant that for the addict also has the added effect of calming the nerves.
What's interesting about the study's finding is that it dodges the trap that snares much of the research on stimulant medication.
Because cigarettes can be either a stimulant or a relaxant, the game has two modes.
For a fuller effect, try a cup of coffee on the side, as caffeine is a traditional and effective stimulant.
This is bad news, since cortisol also acts as an appetite stimulant.
Niopo is a powerful stimulant, a small portion of it producing violent sneezing in persons unaccustomed to its use.
As, during the whole pepper-harvest, they feed wholly on this stimulant, they become exceedingly irritable.
Taken internally, camphor is a nerve stimulant, a diaphoretic and a feeble antipyretic.
But to Charity the heat was a stimulant: it enveloped the whole world in the same glow that burned at her heart.Summer|Edith Wharton
The stick, or whip, is needed rather to indicate the precise movement desired, than as a stimulant or means of punishment.Domestic Animals|Richard L. Allen