\twˈa͡ɪla͡ɪt slˈiːp], \twˈaɪlaɪt slˈiːp], \t_w_ˈaɪ_l_aɪ_t s_l_ˈiː_p]\
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By Princeton University
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A mental condition in which, as Guttmann says, perception remains but apperception is lost; specifically, an amnesic state induced by the administration of morphine, or narcophine, and scopolamine, in which the pains of childbirth are perceived but slightly if at all, or else, if felt, are very speedily forgotten.
By Stedman, Thomas Lathrop