Definition of narcotically in US English:

narcotically

adverb

  • See narcotic

    • ‘So at least clearly I wasn't narcotically dependent on it.’
    • ‘This song is a promising opener, a dubby, narcotically blissed track that swirls and reverberates in a deeply pleasurable style.’
    • ‘While the epitome of professionalism and concentration whilst playing, between songs the band appear almost narcotically relaxed.’
    • ‘The soap will be available at an earlier time, as will its spin-off, whose second series is as narcotically addictive as the first.’

Pronunciation

narcotically

/-tik(ə)lē/