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non-addictive

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Pronunciation: /nɒnəˈdɪktɪv
 
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Definition of non-addictive in English:

adjective

(Of a drug or other substance) not causing addiction: non-addictive herbal remedies
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  • Should we actually give syringes and needles, or light, non-addictive drugs to intravenous drug users?
  • Our attitude to the use of such ‘soft’, non-addictive drugs is changing.
  • What they also fail to tell you is that there are plenty of non-addictive drugs that stimulate dopamine in the brain.

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