to produce in.
to cause to die or lose consciousness by impairing normal breathing, as by gas or other noxious agents; choke; suffocate; smother.
to become asphyxiated.
to cause asphyxia in or undergo asphyxia; smother; suffocate
1818, “to suffocate” (someone or something), from asphyxia + -ate (2). Related: Asphyxiated; asphyxiating.
asphyxiate as·phyx·i·ate (ās-fĭk’sē-āt’)
v. as·phyx·i·at·ed, as·phyx·i·at·ing, as·phyx·i·ates
To induce asphyxia.
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a savory jelly usually made with meat or fish stock and gelatin, chilled and used as a garnish and coating for meats, seafoods, eggs, etc. a similar jelly made with spiced tomato juice and gelatin, served as a salad. Obsolete, 1 . a variety of lavender cultivated for its oil, used in perfumes and toiletries. […]
any of several plants belonging to the genus Aspidistra, of the lily family, native to eastern Asia, especially A. eliator, having large evergreen leaves often striped with white, and grown as a houseplant. Historical Examples The modesty of the violet is nowhere when compared with the aspidistra! Small Gardens Violet Purton Biddle An aspidistra (please […]
aspik language, specification A multiple-style specification language. [“Algebraic Specifications in an Integrated Software Development and Verification System”, A. Voss, Diss, U Kaiserslautern, 1985]. (1994-11-30)