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Verb
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drugs, plural;
  1. Administer a drug to (someone) in order to induce stupor or insensibility
    • - they were drugged to keep them quiet
  2. Add a drug to (food or drink)
    • - he drugged their coffee
  3. Take illegally obtained drugs
    • - fifteen years of drinking and drugging
Noun
  1. A substance that has a physiological effect when ingested or otherwise introduced into the body, in particular

  2. A medicine, esp. a pharmaceutical preparation
    • - a new drug aimed at sufferers from Parkinson's disease
  3. A substance taken for its narcotic or stimulant effects, often illegally
    • - a drug addict
    • - mass adoration is a highly addictive drug

  1. a substance that is used as a medicine or narcotic
  2. administer a drug to; "They drugged the kidnapped tourist"
  3. use recreational drugs
  4. A drug, broadly speaking, is any substance that, when absorbed into the body of a living organism, alters normal bodily function. There is no single, precise definition, as there are different meanings in drug control law, government regulations, medicine, and colloquial usage. Dictionary. ...
  5. The Drúedain are a fictional race of Men which were counted amongst the Edain, who made their way into Beleriand in the First Age, and were friendly to the Elves. They are part of the Middle-earth legendarium, created by J. R. R. Tolkien.
  6. Senior is an instrumental album from Norwegian duo Röyksopp, released on 13 September 2010. The album has been described as an introspective, withdrawn, atmospheric counterpart to energetic Junior. Röyksopp described the album as having an "autumn mood" to it, while Junior had a "spring feel". ...
  7. (Drugs!) Drug Scenes (original French title Scénarios sur la drogue, also titled Drugs!) is a 1999-2004 series of 24 French short films depicting drug abuse. Varying in length from three to seven minutes, they showed in movie theaters before feature films.
  8. (Drugs (game)) Shit head is a card game in which the aim is to lose all of one's cards.
  9. (Drugs (journal)) Drugs is a peer-reviewed medical journal published by Wolters Kluwer that covers topics in drugs and therapeutics.
  10. A substance used to treat an illness, relieve a symptom, or modify a chemical process in the body for a specific purpose; A substance, often addictive, which affects the central nervous system; A chemical or substance, not necessarily for medical purposes, which alters the way the mind or body ...
  11. Many drugs, both legal and illegal, can affect your eyes and vision. These include eyedrops, other topical eye medications, pills and more. ...
  12. includes nonprescription drugs and vitamins and prescription drugs.
  13. (DRUGS (PRESCRIPTION)) Use of a drug, usually a tranquilizer, which reduces overall anxiety. Milder stutterers often report some success; more severe stutterers generally find the drug insufficient, as fears/anxieties may be suddenly too intense at the moment when speech is attempted. ...
  14. (DRUGS) Infants of pregnant drug users are at risk for prematurity, low birth weight, and perinatal death. Women who abuse drugs should be offered support and referred to groups that can help with drug addiction.
  15. (DRUGS) There is no drug that can cure Autism. However, some drugs can be used to help associated problems such as sleeping difficulties, hyperactive behavior etc.
  16. (Drugs (Epilepsy)) Drugs used to treat epilepsy are known as anti-epileptic drugs or AEDs.
  17. (Drugs) (including alcohol and tobacco) -- does the patient drink caffeinated beverages (including energy drinks)? Does the patient smoke? Does the patient drink? Has the patient used illegal drugs? If there is any substance use, to what degree, and for how long?
  18. (Drugs) Allergic reactions to certain drugs can cause an acute kidney disease, with most of the damage affecting the kidney tubules. Other drugs may directly damage the kidneys if taken in large amounts for prolonged periods. ...
  19. (Drugs) Atropine • Epinephrine Atropine is a tropane alkaloid extracted from the deadly nightshade (Atropa belladonna) and other plants of the family Solanaceae. ... Adrenaline redirects here. ...
  20. (Drugs) Controlled substances that have popped up in careers of figures as disparate as Sir Beefy, Ed Giddins and Mo Asif. Nobody seems to have yet worked out a way of making drugs in cricket performance-enhancing, other than helping UK viewers stay up late when The Ashes are Down Under.
  21. (Drugs) In folk legend, the Lightless created all drugs to tempt people to the Tide. He stuck his thumb in the Earth and the Shadow Bloom sprouted. He opened his mouth and the Gabbo jumped out to live in the swamps. ...
  22. (Drugs) May contain references to illegal drugs or a fictional substance that has parallels to real-life illegal drugs (in use, possession, or sale).
  23. (Drugs) The Dionysian cult used not just wine but an hallucinogenic brew and that the maenads were reputed to have red eyes with dilated pupils from the ingestion of tropanes from mandrake and related plants. Other psychotropics have also been suggested as well.
  24. (Drugs) The plague of the poor and the joy of the wealthy Democrats.  While ghetto dwellers kill each other over drugs and drug money, Hollywood elites and everyday Democrats consume drugs by the ton. ...
  25. (Drugs) Welcome to The Herbal Encyclopedia! I hope that this site can answer some of your herbal healing questions, and other questions you may have regarding medicinal herbs and their many uses.