To place under the influence of a narcotic.(verb-transitive)
To put to sleep; lull.(verb-transitive)
To dull; deaden.(verb-transitive)
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Use "narcotize" in a sentence
"If you were to tell me that, someday, human beings with access to entertainment technologies will narcotize themselves on a steady drip of celebrity blather, I would tell you that you are describing March 2011."
"No navigation is available, nor is a rear-seat video system, which helps narcotize the children on long trips."
"He used to drink in order to narcotize his persecutors, now he prays in stead."