verb (used with object), med·i·cat·ed, med·i·cat·ing.
Origin of medicate
Examples from the Web for unmedicated
Wines, unmedicated and medicated, whisky and brandy are also among the articles dropped.
It is less romantic, but I prefer to be given an unmedicated rose.Guy Livingstone;|George A. Lawrence
Instead, he gave her unmedicated sugar pills and as courteous attention as he could pull together.The Brentons|Anna Chapin Ray
Word Origin for medicate
"to treat medicinally," 1620s, a back-formation from medication, or else from Late Latin medicatus, past participle of medicare. Related: Medicated; medicating. The earlier verb in English was simply medicin (late 14c.).