opium addict


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Noun1.opium addict - someone addicted to opium
drug addict, junkie, junky - a narcotics addict
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opium addict

noppiomane m/f
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1859: Thomas de Quincey, essayist and opium addict, died in Scotland.
For example: Hahn's memoir "The Big Smoke" portrays a woman who actively decides to become an opium addict.
In the process, she was forced to become an opium addict.
While Confessions of an Opium Addict needs to be balanced with extensive, society-wide education about the horrific harm that narcotic addiction causes (both to the addict and to society at large), it remains a literary work of incalculable historical significance.
An inquest at Cardiff Coroners' Court on Monday heard how the fatherof-three, a former opium addict, had bought the drug from China in order to wean him off heroin.
An opium addict she has turned her eight children, the eldest an 18-year-old daughter, into addicts.
AN OPIUM addict who organised one of the biggest crystal meth smuggling operations discovered in the UK was jailed.
He is in love with the daughter of Captain Hamilton (Gleeson) who violently opposes the match on the grounds that Poe is 'a raving alcoholic, opium addict, and a lunatic'.
London, September 23 ( ANI ): A controversial biography claims John Keats was an opium addict and he used the drug while he wrote some of his most famous poems.
The only Lake District poet who might have been interested in the offer was opium addict Samuel Taylor Coleridge who wrote Kubla Khan's pleasure dome under the influence and had been a bit of a lad in his youth.
Earlier Wednesday, the head of the federal prosecutors' office, Harald Range, confirmed that an investigation had been launched and officers had conducted a house search in early November - right after the start of the US-driven tensions against Iran, when Washington officials alleged that Iran was using an opium addict to hire a sniper from the Mexican drug cartel, los Zetas, to kill a Saudi envoy, which was then followed by a US dictated report by the UN nuclear watchdog against Iran which lacked any substantive information to corroborate its allegations against Iran's nuclear program.
Professor Aziz Konukman said the economy was dependent on foreign capital like an opium addict.