(ak-ro-nar-kot'-ik) [acer, sharp; narcotic]. 1. Both acrid and narcotic. 2.
An agent which combines an irritating and obtunding effect; acting either directly upon the peripheral nerves when applied exter- nally, or upon the brain and spinal cord, producing paralysis, convulsions, and nar- cosis.
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