- 1(Of a person) unconscious or in a stupor as a result of taking or being given a drug: in his drugged stateMore example sentences
- A police officer is heard on the videotape saying she appeared to have been drugged.
- Three years ago Kalpana, then 14, was drugged by two acquaintances.
- He refused to eat or drink for fear of being drugged into a confession, a justified fear.
- 1.1(Of food or drink) adulterated with a drug: he offered them drugged wineMore example sentences
- He would offer them a celebratory glass of champagne or other alcohol which, the prosecution said, had been drugged.
- So she made a drugged milkshake to knock him out.
- This law was changed because women were having their drinks drugged while they danced.