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druggie

and druggy
n. a drug addict or user. There are too many druggies in this neighborhood.

druggy

verb
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9 LAST DAYS (GUS VAN SANT) and 10 GRIZZLY MAN (WERNER HERZOG) Odd, if not peas-in-a-pod, twins: In each a blond, druggy fuck-up first finds Eden and then finds death--man-child innocents destroyed by their own ingenuousness.
Effete, druggy soccer players have also come out badly in comparison with clean-cut, manly rugby stars such as England hero Jonny Wilkinson.
An "up" market, such as the one we saw in the latter half of the 1990s, can foster a kind of druggy exuberance, inducing investors to sink their life savings into unprofitable companies, bidding up the price beyond all reason.
The boy's indiscriminate compassion leads him to try to help a runaway girl, Angela Bert, entangling his family and a lonely neighbor, Oren Abel, with her and her druggy, sociopathic companion, Cooper Reece.
He added: "But we're not really druggy people, that's the thing.
Strands about a couple (Lindsay Lohan and Elijah Wood) getting married to avoid the Vietnam War and kitchen staff (Laurence Fishburne and Freddy Rodriguez) talking inter-racial politics paint a political backdrop to 1968, but a druggy comic-relief story spoils the mood.
The pale blue-green light that seems to seep through from some unspecifiable distance helps convey the sense of a muffled yet not quite extinguished consciousness-a druggy state that is claustrophobic, uncanny, even frightening, yet seductive.
Leave me alone for now I'vequit He walks on by,he got too near He's seen the gear Go on mate,just have one go Take a bag,no one will know His body shakes,his hands like ice He takes the drug He pays the price Down the alley is where he goes To his own little world where no one knows But I care for him like no other For that druggy is still my brother
A series of projections--a baby's blank stare, suggestive flashes of skin set to the amplified pounding of a heartbeat, a young woman's druggy gaze--suggest emotional detachment, but they mostly have the effect of distracting viewers from the live bodies dancing below the images.
Head On, for example, is a cringe-inducing diary of a swarthy young Greek-Australian who hops from one sex partner to the next in a druggy daze.
It does, in the form of a higher-up in the crime ring who sends him to find the druggy daughter of an even higher crime boss and to make a deal for some Ecstasy pills stolen from a very vengeful supplier.
VERY touching those photos of Kate Moss wrapped around her druggy boyfriend Pete Doherty.
Thinking of his work as mixed visually along musical lines, rather than built in a traditionally sculptural way, helps explain its strange, carefully imbalanced combination of high-minded abstraction, furniture-derived imagery, druggy misshapenness, and school-yard sincerity.
Hurt's trademark druggy, arrhythmic line readings don't so much suggest a crack FBI agent as a crack-addled one, one who wouldn't slip through intelligence cracks for a quarter of a century.