cokehead

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cokehead

One who is addicted to cocaine. Ralph used to be a cokehead, that's why he went to rehab.

cokehead

n. a heavy cocaine user; a cocaine addict. (Drugs.) We get a few depressed cokeheads in the emergency room who have tried suicide.
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The only solution is to keep punters in a constant state of dazed stimulation; no wonder it feels like it was made by delirious cokeheads.
You don't have to worry about clubs and bars full of leery drunks and sneery cokeheads and music so loud you can't hear yourself think.
I can't possibly know where all the cokeheads in Prague buy their stuff from, but we can work something out.
Baal's drinking companions are recast in Clive's world as cokeheads and smack junkies.
She says: "You have to remember, I was brought up in a pretty awful area, with some of the worst kinds of people - cokeheads, smackheads, backstabbers and slappersthat was all I knew.
Rebeta-Burditt writes with a witty voice of reason, especially when faced with extraordinary situations like the missing husband or the office full of cokeheads, and she doesn't sugarcoat her feelings about the need for alcoholics to seek help.
Having helped my family run dancehalls I sense exactly what they are looking for (cokeheads: go elsewhere).
Showbusiness is full of cokeheads who preach about starving children, yet every time they take a line, they are contributing the ruination of the countries like Africa and Colombia, torn apart by the drugs trade.
Nicky told her sister Jay on the phone Adair had been entertaining and "they were all cokeheads".
When asked by one fan who his favourite football team was, O'Grady said he hated the game and blasted Britain's soccer stars, labelling them "overpaid cokeheads".
We're sound with being nominated, but we don't want to go to a mad industry party with a bunch of cokeheads with three colours in their hair.'
But cokeheads do not just humiliate and harm themselves.
You might laugh at that stodgy phrase--as if it were so unusual for a pot smoker to "function." But what if you heard there were "functioning cokeheads" or "functioning dope addicts"?
I was there when the kilo was around, when the cokeheads went into the bedroom'."
And if it weren't criminal to toke up, there wouldn't be 11 million "regular" (monthly) users of illegal drugs in the United States; there would be 2 million, about 350,000 of them cokeheads.