drugged drugged  /d ˈrəɡd/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a substance that is used as a medicine or narcotic
  2. (v) administer a drug to
  3. (v) use recreational drugs
  4. (adj) under the influence of narcotics

Derived Word(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Psychiatrists say these sessions can produce a drugged-like, mind-controlled euphoria that keeps customers coming back for more.
  2. Thai authorities say he told them he had drugged JonBenet.
  3. In an effort to deter her work, brothel owners even kidnapped, drugged and raped Mam's then 14-year-old daughter in 2006.

News

  1. Man on NJ-Bound Plane Claims Passengers Poisoned

    A man stood up on a Newark-bound flight from Hong Kong and began screaming that passengers had been poisoned and drugged, according to NBC News.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: NBC Philadelphia

  2. Day Care Worker Accused of Feeding Kids Drug-Laced Pancakes

    Police say Tammy Eppley drugged the kids, including her own child, with sleep aides
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Local 12 Cincinnati

  3. Prosecutor: Sexual Deviant Drugged & Killed Victims

    Prosecutors painted Naso as a "sexual deviant" who drugged and photographed his unconscious victims, then strangled them and dumped their naked bodies in rural areas.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Local 12 Cincinnati

Quotes

  1. "Roman Polanski is a criminal," Roberts said on ABC's "This Week." "He raped and drugged and raped and sodomized a child. And then was a fugitive from justice. As far as I'm concerned, just take him out and shoot him."
    on Oct 4, 2009 By: Cokie Roberts Source: Huffington Post (blog)

  2. "When I left for London on Sunday, I thought I'd be able to meet her but her condition has deteriorated further. She's heavily drugged and hardly awake," Shilpa said.
    on Mar 16, 2009 By: Shilpa Shetty Source: Sify

  3. ~~Nat Hentoff writes in the Village Voice that the giant aerospace Boeing is "supplying the CIA with the planes to transport the shackled, blindfolded, drugged passengers for interrogation in foreign torture chambers."
    on Feb 12, 2007 By: Nat Hentoff Source: OpEdNews

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