druggie

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druggie

slang A drug addict. Yeah, I used to be a druggie, but that was a long time ago—before I went to rehab.

druggie

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

druggy

verb
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I really, really like him, but he is a druggie and I don't want to get in trouble if he has drugs on him while we are dating and he gets caught.
The senseless bimbo admitted she's a druggie. And there was me thinking she was thinking with a clear head when she picked her ridiculous outfits!
I am neither a druggie, alchoholic nor an ex con, just a normal citizen with concerns for my fellow man.
Not possibly brilliant for Moss's young daughter to have a druggie stepdad, but who cares about anything that trivial?
MOVIE starlet Lindsay Lohan finally has something to thank her loser Irish dad for - she says she's glad she isn't a druggie jailbird like him.
Her father, a Hollywood mogul, alternates between buying her lavish gifts and getting drunk, then "grabbing me in a real hurting way." Mom is presumably a druggie but, like Dad, is a cardboard character who evokes wildly inconsistent feelings in her daughter.
"I was an eight-year-old, broke, illiterate, black orphan with blonde hair and blue eyes, daughter of a druggie who had just died of an overdose," writes Ford, only a chapter before Symone is skipped a grade because of her brilliance.
Now he has become a druggie according to so-called evidence from clay pipes which may, or may not, have been used by him.
Mary's clients include Phillip, the son of a British diplomat who had rather unsuccessfully taken up the hippie life and ended up with a broken back; Amod, the kind and lonely waiter from the dhaba (cafe), who supplies her with food when she is too tired to eat but who has no joy in his life because of his fears and insecurities; and Antone, a druggie who tries to kidnap Phillip for ransom, not knowing about his injury.
Jackson, 57, told US TV chat show queen Oprah Winfrey how he finally kicked the habit in 1990 just two weeks before playing a druggie in Jungle Fever, the movie that made his name.
IT seems to me drugs play such havoc with a person's moods that the only person who can tolerate a druggie is another druggie.
A DRUGGIE doctor forged another GP's signature to feed her addiction to painkillers.
She was a druggie, hugely overweight, a shoplifter (to fund her habit) and appeared to be beyond redemption.