druggy


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drug·gy

 (drŭg′ē) Slang
adj. drug·gi·er, drug·gi·est
Of or relating to drugs or drug use: "boozy, druggy confessions" (Vincent Canby).
n.
Variant of druggie.

drug•gy1

(ˈdrʌg i)

n., pl. -gies.
[1970–75]

drug•gy2

(ˈdrʌg i)

adj. -gi•er, -gi•est.
affected by a drug; narcotized.
Translations

druggy

[ˈdrʌgɪ] drugster [ˈdrʌgstəʳ] Ndrogata mf, drogota mf
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Billy is desperate for another hit of methadone and calls on his druggy brother Lee to help him.
Initially hobbled from full engagement by two leading characters who are all too convincingly unpleasant to be around, the pic earns their (and the viewers') rapprochement by burying its fundamental generation-gapped, dysfunctional-family formulaics in low-key observation --plus a welcome late dose of druggy absurdism.
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When he gets a call from his druggy chum Macca saying the police are on his tail, he rushes round to David's to tell him he needs an alibi - and that alibi is going to be him.
That's probably not fair on Bobby and the boys - even at their most druggy and wall-licking, they were bound to have someone else sort all the logistical stuff out for them.