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meth head

Someone who abuses or is addicted to an amphetamine, especially methamphetamine. This state is a thoroughfare for methamphetamine to the rest of the country, so it's little wonder that there are so many meth heads here.
See also: head, meth

meth

1. n. denatured alcohol; methyl alcohol. (Streets and underworld.) Meth used to be pink. Now they put something in it to make you vomit.
2. n. methamphetamine. (Drugs.) Usually meth is injected, having almost an immediate effect.
3. n. methadone. (Drugs.) Sometimes meth means methadone, a drug used in drug treatment.

meth monster

n. a habitual user of methamphetamine. These teenage meth monsters can be a real menace when they need juice.
See also: meth, monster
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Umm, except for that I think, I mean I've been using meth for 16 years and I think I look pretty good compared to the meth poster, you know what I mean?
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Bovett knew that law enforcement couldn't arrest its way out of the meth lab problem.
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Oregon's law and a similar one in Mississippi have proven effective in reducing meth labs - so effective that Congress should follow their lead and require all Americans to get prescriptions for pseudoephedrine medications.
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Comments attributed to Health and Mental Health Minister Roger Cook:"Our plan recognises that prevention, treatment and rehabilitation must be at the forefront of any plans to reduce the impacts of meth in the community.
The stress of diagnosis led to Sultzman's involvement with meth use.
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Three men were indicted in late 2013 and await trial after a drug task force found 12 gallons of liquid meth in a Fresno house along with 42 pounds of the drug ready for sale, four guns and 5,000 rounds of ammunition.
The 53-year-old Billing, Montana resident was charged with possession of meth for distribution and possession of two firearms in furtherance of drug trafficking.
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