tranquillising


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Synonyms for tranquillising

tending to soothe or tranquilize

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He had five times the drink drive limit of alcohol and traces of cannabis and tranquillising drugs in his blood, the inquest in Belfast heard.
THE jury at the Old Bailey yesterday heard how police mistakenly believed that they had discovered ACP (a tranquillising drug that was alleged to have been used to dope horses) at Jamie Osborne's home on the morning of his arrest in January, 1998.
And if you have difficulty sleeping, pop a passion fruit, which has a mild tranquillising effect on the body.
Tranquillising guns sedated the 650lb animals before they were rolled into huge cargo nets.
A vet with a tranquillising dart gun sedated the bullock and he was driven back to the abbatoir.
Dr Elihu Levitas,from Soroka University, Beer-Sheva, told the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) conference in Berlin: ``The favourable outcome may be explained by a tranquillising effect which leads to stress reduction.