spike (one's) drink

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spike (one's) drink

To mix alcohol or drugs into someone's drink without their awareness or permission. After several students began vomiting on the dance floor, it was discovered that someone had spiked their drinks. If you're at a bar or club on your own, you need to be wary of someone spiking your drink.
See also: drink, spike

spike somebody’s ˈdrink

add (more) alcohol or drugs to somebody’s drink, without their knowledge: ...I discovered later that they’d spiked my drink. That’s why I was so ill!
See also: drink, spike
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Summary: The Norwegian victim claimed that someone had spiked her drink before the incident
Crosfield claimed that the first incident happened after a male friend spiked her drink.
The suit, filed in Los Angeles, also says the Nothing Compares 2 U singer's claim that Hall, 60, spiked her drink "with drugs once years ago" is false.
The victim was unaware that Damodaran had spiked her drink with a sedative.
A SENIOR bank worker who alleges a colleague spiked her drink is claiming compensation after being told to relocate or "find another job".
But friends of Rose have said someone spiked her drink.
Caroline, who was one of the rapist's youngest victims and wavered her right to anonymity, blacked out after he spiked her drink - and almost two years on she still can't remember what happened.
They allege that he arranged for a meeting with the woman after chatting with her online, spiked her drink, and raped her.
Prosecutors had originally claimed that on the night of the alleged assault, Nicholson had dinner with the woman in the World Trade Center, and spiked her drink with a drug that rendered her helpless.
The 24-year-old, who wants to be known only as Anne, was working in Australia when she was assaulted by the man she thought was a friend after he spiked her drink.
Mind you, her bad behaviour is worse than normal because Deano spiked her drink.
The girl's 33-year-old unemployed brother said in the investigation that his sister could not fight the defendant as he had spiked her drink.
The girl told detectives she believes somebody spiked her drink.
Last year, a Swansea man, who falsely claimed to be a professional footballer, was jailed for eight years after he met a woman in a city centre club, spiked her drink with a sedative, and then raped her.