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druggy

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Pronunciation: /ˈdrʌɡi
 
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informal

Definition of druggy in English:

adjective (druggier, druggiest)

Caused by, involving, or given to taking illegal drugs: a druggy haze the druggy world of rock and roll
More example sentences
  • One day, at East Dulwich boating pond, I experienced a druggy ecstasy.
  • Imagine the stylized druggy scenes from Requiem for a Dream amplified by a magnitude of ten and you'll be close to understanding director Akerlund's pull-out-all-the-stops approach.
  • The band seems to be shooting for a dreamy, druggy vibe, but sludgy tunes like ‘Manatee Man’ are too forgettable to hold even a stoner's interest.

noun

(also druggie) (plural druggies) Back to top  
A drug addict or habitual user of drugs.
Example sentences
  • The sorry truth for all you druggies is that the myth that taking drugs equates to being a more interesting member of society has been exploded.
  • That's why my parents don't suspect I'm doing drugs since they think that all druggies get bad grades and do poorly in school.
  • Spun puts a spin on the world of druggies, drug makers, and drug dealers.

Origin

late 16th century (as an adjective): from drug + -y1. The noun dates from the 1960s.

Words that rhyme with druggy

buggy, fuggy, muggy, puggy

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