druggy


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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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And that disorder that induces purchasing consumer goods just for the feel-good sensation does vaguely resemble the plight of both rummy and druggy.
Saying that, however, all of the contestants on the final were a refreshing change from the druggy crew we see in the newspapers every day.
Not a druggy or low-life in sight, just people celebrating the occasion.
Their solution was to mix the punk riffola of Motorhead, the druggy vision of Queens Of The Stone Age and the musical skills of the White Stripes with a homegrown social consciousness.
His first big attention-getters, Labyrinth of Passion, Dark Habits (set in a convent of drug-dealing lesbian nuns), and the pan-sexual thriller Law of Desire, focus with documentarian precision on the cultural explosion in Madrid during the decade known as La Movida, a sexually freewheeling, druggy, political uprising that rocked Spain after the death of fascist dictator Francisco Franco in 1975.
Hollywood watchers are buzzing about Eddie Murphy's druggy, flamboyant r&b wacko James ``Thunder'' Early, although it sometimes feels like Murphy's reheating his old James Brown routine from ``Saturday Night Live.
The dancing projects a druggy sexuality: physical neediness but also indifference.
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.