druggy


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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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When he gets a call from his druggy chum Macca saying the police are on his tail, he rushes round to David's to tell him he needs an alibi - and that alibi is going to be him.
That's probably not fair on Bobby and the boys - even at their most druggy and wall-licking, they were bound to have someone else sort all the logistical stuff out for them.
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.
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.
The dancing projects a druggy sexuality: physical neediness but also indifference.
Effete, druggy soccer players have also come out badly in comparison with clean-cut, manly rugby stars such as England hero Jonny Wilkinson.