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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 am neither a druggie, alchoholic nor an ex con, just a normal citizen with concerns for my fellow man.
I once asked a hotel owner why he tests his employees, and he said, in so many words: Everyone else is doing it, and I don't want to be the one who gets stuck with all the druggies and lowlifes who can't get a job anywhere else in town.
Using real prisoners in real jails, the show chronicled the decline and fall of real druggies. The idea was to scare delinquent teens out of using--to scare them straight.
"The picture must have played on the druggies' consciences."
He also traveled around the US, and The Waterfront Journals is ostensibly the transcriptions of forty-five one-sided conversations he had with fellow drifters, hustlers, druggies, and lost souls along the way.
How much more alluring it was to attend conferences on voluntarism and the independent sector than to minister to the needs of drunks and druggies who practice loathsome hygiene.
Bob Adams: Bet they are caused mainly by drunks and druggies. There should be one of the many empty warehouses opened up and these low life should be taken there, not to A&E where people are really ill and not in a self-induced state.
CHRIS Cook of Denby Dale says dogs and cats are better than kids because they: eat less, don't ask for money all the time, are easier to train, normally come when called, never ask to drive the car, don't hang out with druggies, smoke or drink, don't want to wear your clothes, don't have to buy the latest fashions, and don't need a fortune to go to university.
IN reply to Mr R Wilson's letter (Druggies Are Fine ...
Up to 100,000 druggies are also to be offered treatment instead of jail in a bid to cut crime.
McGough's poem, Reasons For Winning, urges the England squad to win the tournament for, among others, David Beckham's sons, nurses, saddoes and druggies. It goes:
"Fencing has been broken and the place was littered with needles, syringes and foil used by druggies."
Justice Antonin Scalia suggests that the alternative is "a bunch of druggies who are orderly in class." Huh?
Peter William Clark On A&E waiting times I expect most of them at that time of the morning are either drunks or druggies who should be charged for treatment as it is self-induced and not an accident.