Adjective "Drugged" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/drʌɡd/

Definitions and examples

adjective

(of a person) unconscious or in a stupor as a result of taking or being given a drug.
  1. 'In fact he was probably so heavily drugged that it would have been very easy for anyone to get him to do anything.'
  2. 'The quazepam I prescribed is in a very small dose and shouldn't make you feel drugged.'
  3. 'She had been drugged with morphine and high doses of steroids.'
  4. 'Three years ago Kalpana, then 14, was drugged by two acquaintances.'
  5. 'Several of the women who had been drugged were unable to say whether they had been sexually assaulted or not, Cutts said.'
  6. 'He refused to eat or drink for fear of being drugged into a confession, a justified fear.'
  7. 'She looked drugged or ecstatic, smiling with spooky eyes.'
  8. 'Now, she was sullen, and had a drugged look about her.'
  9. 'There he remained incarcerated and drugged for 18 miserable months, even though he should not have been there.'
  10. 'It said Mrs Haider feared her husband may have been drugged.'
  11. 'he offered them drugged wine'
  12. 'During their match he gives her a glass of drugged orange juice, but this plays absolutely no part in the story.'
  13. 'So she made a drugged milkshake to knock him out.'
  14. 'When Brulov wants to cool off the hysterical J.B., he offers the man a glass of drugged milk.'

Definitions

1. Pharmacology. a chemical substance used in the treatment, cure, prevention, or diagnosis of disease or used to otherwise enhance physical or mental well-being.

2. any substance recognized in the official pharmacopoeia or formulary of the nation. any substance intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease in humans or other animals. any article, other than food, intended to affect the structure or any function of the body of humans or other an

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be drugged by nearnesses."

"people can be drugged."

"boas can be drugged."

"sleeps can be drugged."

"youngsters can be drugged."

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Origin

(drug)