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dope fiend

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

n. a dope addict; someone heavily addicted to a drug who will do anything to get it. Some dope fiend broke into the shop and stole the cash register.
See also: dope
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Silver Screen Fiend is funny, but more for Oswalt's connect-the-dots streams of consciousness than any straightforward jokes.
Car Fiend's free app is available now on Google Play and the App Store.
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