"He will enter a semicomatose state, at which point he will pose no danger to anyone.". From Wordnik.com. [The I Inside]
Whatever was approaching wasn't very big, but then, it wouldn't have to be to do some real damage, given his helpless semicomatose state. From Wordnik.com. [Sentenced To Prism]
Instead of the sound of ten hands clapping, it was the drone of a hundred throats snoring, interspersed with the occasional semicomatose giggle. From Wordnik.com. [Jed the Dead]
Their injuries lingered, though, in the form of a loss of hearing in one ear (for the girl), which may or may not come back, and memory loss (for the boy, who also broke his jaw and was semicomatose for a few weeks). From Wordnik.com. [Learning The Hard Way] Reference
The paramedics, who could find no ID on her, removed her in an apparently semicomatose condition to the emergency department of Chalfont Hospital, from which she vanished as soon as she was left alone in an observation bed. From Wordnik.com. [Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine]
However, the most mild-mannered guy I could imagine -- my often semicomatose friend. From Wordnik.com. [Medlogs - Recent stories] Reference
The rest of us will have our lives monitored, reviewed and approved by the semieducated semicomatose bureacrats. From Wordnik.com. [chicagotribune.com -] Reference
During a period of feeling worse than usual, she called a friend, who arrived at the residence to find the woman semicomatose and called 911. From Wordnik.com. [New England Journal of Medicine] Reference
Eliminates the need for cocktails of mind-numbing psychotropic medications, which, instead of treating behaviors, often put the user into a semicomatose state in which the individual sleeps most of the day. From Wordnik.com. [Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post] Reference
Still in a semicomatose state, I feel nausea coursing through me, a horrible taste in my mouth, and then Peter’s on the line, it seems everybody’s had too much to drink—. From Wordnik.com. [Hollywood Savage] Reference
She is blear-eyed and semicomatose. From Wordnik.com. [Lawgivers] Reference
They’re all semicomatose. From Wordnik.com. [BOOK VIEW CAFE BLOG » The Flat-Foal Modality] Reference
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