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roid

1. noun, slang A shortening of "steroid," referring specifically to anabolic steroids that are used for building muscle mass. Almost exlusively used in the plural. You can't just shoot up roids and get jacked—it still requires a ton or work and dedication! He was thrown out of the professional league for cheating with roids.
2. adjective, slang Used in informal, typically derogatory references to the use or abuse of anabolic steroids (to gain muscle mass). Sometimes hyphenated in such constructions. A lot of people assume I'm some sort of roid head because of the size of my pecs and biceps. Jack flew into a roid-rage when someone spilled his protein shake in the weight room.

roids

n. steroids. The guy’s on roids. He looks like G. I. Joe.
See also: roid
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The key effects of anabolic steroids - also known as roids or juice - include helping sports players to train harder and longer, while also helping with recovery times and muscle building.
Five meals a day, free gym membership, no TV licence, visits when you want, and a s*** load of roids (steroids) and w*** mags and you're still going home in four-and-a-half years' time.
Steroids, also known as roids or juice, are initially believed to help users work out harder and reduce recovery time.
Someone dies who was big 'OMG it's the fucking Roids,'" part of a lengthy defense from grindhardtalkless read.
Over social media the victim and her friends called him a 'f***ing freak' a 'f***ing Frankenstein' and what was most hurtful due to Jesse's gender reassignment treatment a 'dyke on roids.
Boshor Uddin, 37, of Bes-wick Roids Street, Rochdale, will appear at Liverpool crown court on April 24 charged with murder.
Boshor Uddin, 37, of Beswick Roids Street, Rochdale, will appear at Liverpool crown court on April 24 charged with murder.
Boshor Uddin, of Beswick Roids Street, Rochdale, will appear at Liverpool crown court on February 6 charged with murder.
Boshor Uddin, 37, of Beswick Roids Street, Rochdale, who works there, was yesterday charged with the murder when he appeared at St Helens Magistrates' Court.
Second of all, the "secret trick" he had used to become an absolute belter of a roid monster was, funnily enough, almost certainly steroids.
Aggression and anger - which is called roid rage - go hand in hand with this drug.
Many scientists believe that steroids act on the limbic system and cause some users to experience out-of-control feelings of violent aggression called roid rage.
Acne, sexual function problems, rashes, and the infamous and uncontrollable " roid rages" are among the possible immediate consequences.