Of a substance, both acrid and narcotic; irritant in local effect and narcotic in action upon the nerve centers.

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  • acronarcotic — I. |akrəˌ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ adjective Etymology: acrid + o + narcotic : possessing both acrid and narcotic properties II. noun ( s) : an acronarcotic substance …   Useful english dictionary

  • acronarcotic — ac·ro·nar·cot·ic (ak″ro nahr kotґik) both acrid and narcotic …   Medical dictionary

  • acronarcotic — ac·ro·nar·cot·ic …   English syllables

  • acronarcotic poison — acrosedative poison a poison that may produce either irritation, narcotism (or sedation), or both together; most common ones are from plant sources. Stramonium and belladonna are examples of acronarcotics and aconite is an acrosedative …   Medical dictionary

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