calm, quiet, or composed; undisturbed by passion or excitement:
a sedate party; a sedate horse.
verb (used with object), sedated, sedating.
to put (a person) under sedation.
habitually calm and composed in manner; serene
staid, sober, or decorous
(transitive) to administer a sedative to
sedate se·date (sĭ-dāt’)
v. se·dat·ed, se·dat·ing, se·dates
To administer a sedative to; calm or relieve by means of a sedative drug.
noun, Medicine/Medical. 1. the calming of mental excitement or abatement of physiological function, especially by the administration of a drug. 2. the state so induced. noun 1. a state of calm or reduced nervous activity 2. the administration of a sedative sedation se·da·tion (sĭ-dā’shən) n. Reduction of anxiety, stress, irritability, or excitement by administration of […]
adjective 1. tending to calm or soothe. 2. allaying irritability or excitement; assuaging pain; lowering functional activity. noun 3. a sedative drug or agent. adjective 1. having a soothing or calming effect 2. of or relating to sedation noun 3. (med) a sedative drug or agent sedative sed·a·tive (sěd’ə-tĭv) adj. Having a soothing, calming, or […]
noun 1. Richard John, 1845–1906, New Zealand statesman, born in England: prime minister 1893–1906. noun 1. Richard John, known as King Dick. 1845–1906, New Zealand statesman, born in England; prime minister of New Zealand (1893–1906)
noun, Douay Bible. 1. Zedekiah.