Reverse Dictionary: DRUGS, GENERAL – NOUNS


DRUGS, GENERAL – NOUNS – Part 1
– $3 packet of narcotics TREY 1967 US drug culture sl.
– $5 worth of drugs ABE 1950s US drug culture sl.
– $5 worth of drugs, the quantity varies as to the drug, more marijuana, less heroin NICKEL BAG 1967 drug culture sl.
– $10 packet of drugs DIME BAG 1970 US drug culture sl.
– $10 packet of drugs TEN CENTS 1960s Amer. drug culture sl.
– $10 worth of a powdered drug, esp. heroin DIME PAPER 1972 US drug culture sl.
– $20 worth of a drug TWENTY-CENT BAG 1972 US sl.
– $25 of a given drug QUARTER 1980s drug culture sl.
– $25 of a given drug QUARTER SACK 1960s drug culture sl.
– $25 worth of a narcotic QUARTER PAPER 1920s sl.
– £20 worth of a drug SCOREBAG 1996 UK sl.
– 1 milligram of a drug MIL 1990s sl.
– 1/8 oz of a drug ACE 1989 US sl.
– 1/4 oz (7g) of a given drug QUART 1990s drug culture sl.
– 1/4 oz (7g) of drugs QUARTER PIECE 1930s US drug culture sl.
– 1/4 oz of drugs, esp. cocaine QUARTER 1968 US sl.
– 1/2 oz of a drug HALF 1940s drug culture sl.
– 1 oz (28g) of narcotics VIG OUNCE 1970s US drug culture sl.
– 1 oz of a drug CAD 1930s drug culture sl.
– 1 oz of a drug O;  OH 1930s US drug culture sl.
– 1 oz of a drug PAMPHLET 1976 US drug culture sl.
– 1 oz of a drug 20C US drug culture sl.
– 1 oz of a drug, esp. marijuana CAN 1933 US drug culture sl.
– 1 oz of a drug, esp. morphine or heroin PIECE 1935 US sl.
– 1 oz of drugs O.Z. 1933 US drug culture sl.
– 1 oz of drugs VIG OUNCE 1960 US drug culture sl.
– 1 oz packet of a powdered drug CADILLAC 1930s US drug culture sl.
– 1/4 kilo of drugs QUARTER 1996 UK sl.
– 1 kilogram of a drug 1970s drug culture sl.
– 1 kilogram of a drug KEY 1968 US sl.
– a bad drug buy BETTY Bk2006 US sl.
– a bad drug experience BAD TRIP M20 US drug culture sl.
– a bad drug experience BUM TRIP Bk1990 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a bad drug experience DOWN Bk2006 US sl.
– a bad drug experience DOWNER Bk2006 US sl.
– a bad drug experience DOWNIE Bk2006 US sl.
– a bad drug experience FREAK-OUT 1966 UK sl.
– a bad reaction to a drug BAD GO 1980s sl.
– a bag of drugs, usually marijuana or crack cocaine SACK 1990s drug culture sl.
– abandoned apartments or houses where addicts use drugs ABANDOMINIUMS Amer. sl.
– a bribe paid by drug dealers to the police for protection DRUGOLA Bk2006 US sl.
– abstention from drug use WAGON 1997 UK sl.
– a bulk consignment of drugs PARCEL 2000s sl.
– a capsule containing a narcotic, usually heroin CAP 1920s drug culture sl.
– a capsule or tablet of a drug TORPEDO 1971 drug culture sl.
– a central nervous depressant A TRAIN 1975 US drug culture sl.
– a central nervous depressant GREEN DRAGON 1971 US sl.
– a central nervous system depressant BACKWARDS 1966 US drug culture sl.
– a central nervous system depressant BAM 2003 UK drug culture sl.
– a central nervous system depressant COURAGE PILL 2000 UK sl.
– a central nervous system depressant GANGSTER PILL 1994 US sl.
– a central nervous system depressant SOFTBALL 1977 US sl.
– a central nervous system stimulant BABY DOLL 1955 US sl.
– a central nervous system stimulant CARTER’S LITTLE LIVER PILLS 1976 US sl.
– a central nervous system stimulant EYE-OPENER 1982 Bahamas sl.
– a central nervous system stimulant GABBER 1987 US sl.
– a central nervous system stimulant, esp. amphetamine LEAPER 1961 US drug culture sl.
– a combination of central nervous system depressants and stimulants SPANSULA 1971 US sl.
– a combination of drugs DOUBLE TROUBLE 1990 US sl.
– a conscious life that is determined by the planned ingestion of a variety of drugs DESIGNER REALITY 1990s sl., orig. US
– a consignment or substantial quantity of drugs CARRY 1996 UK sl.
– a ‘cure’ for drug addiction that involves being in prison and working in the rock quarry QUARRY CURE 1930s US drug culture sl.
– a ‘cure’ for drug addiction that involves being in prison and working in the rock quarry ROCKPILE CURE 1930s US drug culture sl.
– addictive drugs THE MAHOSKA;  THE MAHOSKER 1943 Amer. sl.
– a depressant MIGHTY JOE YOUNG 1960s drug culture sl.
– a depressant SLEEPER Bk1998 drug culture sl.
– a depressant SOPERS Bk1998 drug culture sl.
– a depressant STOPPERS Bk1998 drug culture sl.
– a depressant drug DOWNER 1965 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a depressant drug DOWNIE 1966 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a diluted or poor quality drug, esp. poor heroin LEMON 1950s US drug culture sl.
– a diluted or poor quality drug, esp. poor heroin LEMONADE 1950s US drug culture sl.
– a dose of a drug FIX-UP 1934 sl. 
– a dose of a drug LOAD 1952 US sl.
– a dose of a drug MAKE 1970 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a dose of a drug SNOOD 1900s sl.
– a dose of a drug SNOODGE 1900s sl.
– a dose of a drug for inhaling SNORT 1951 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a dose of a drug; the act of obtaining or giving such a dose HIT 1951 sl., orig. US
– a dose of a given drug BOOT 1990s sl.
– a dose of a powdered drug taken by inhalation, esp. cocaine LINE 1980 sl., orig. US
– a dose of a sedative drug containing a bromide mixture BROMO 1916 drug culture sl.
– a dose of drugs SNIFF M20 US drug culture
– a dose or injection of a narcotic CHARGE 1925 US sl.
– a draw on a marijuana cigarette or an injection of a narcotic drug BLAST Bk1994 Amer. sl.
– a drug HOKUS 1930 US drug culture sl.
– a drug JUICE 1957 sl.
– a drug NARCO 1955 US sl.
– a drug RACEHORSE CHARLIE 1936 drug culture sl.
– a drug SAUCE 1953 sl., orig. US
– a drug SCHMECK 1932 sl., chiefly US
– a drug STING 1949 Aust. sl.
– a drug STUFF 1929 sl., orig. US
– a drug; often specifically heroin JUNK 1925 sl., orig. US
– a drug addiction BURNER 1992 US sl.
– a drug addiction based on intramuscular, not intravenous, injections SKIN HABIT 1972 US sl.
– a drug addict’s first injection of the day EYE-OPENER 1959 US sl.
– a drug addict’s medicine dropper FAKE-A-LOO 1938 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a drug addict’s real or feigned seizure WINGDING 1927 US sl.
– a drug, esp. in capsule form CANDY 1960s drug culture sl.
– a drug for snorting, esp. cocaine TOOT sl.
– a drug in capsule or tablet form EGGS 1970s drug culture sl.
– a drug-induced euphoria HIGH 1953 sl.
– a drug-induced hallucination that insects are crawling under one’s skin CRANK BUGS Bk2006 US drug culture sl.
– a drug-induced state HEAD 1952 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a drug-induced state HEAT 1912 US sl.
– a drug-induced stupor NOD 1936 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a drug in liquid form BUG JUICE 1942 Amer. sl.
– a drug overdose OD 1959 US sl.
– a drug overdose; specifically of Methedrine O.A. 1970s drug culture sl.
– a drug party BENDER 1960s drug culture sl.
– a drug prescription READER 1980s drug culture sl.
– a drug prescription WRITING 1930s US drug culture sl.
– a drug sale involving one pound’s worth of drugs, usually marijuana QUID DEAL 1983 UK sl.
– a drug taken to induce euphoria or satisfy addiction DOPE 1889 sl.
– a drug taken to relieve anxiety LUDE sl.
– a drug that has been powdered for inhalation NOSE POWDER 1936 US sl.
– a drug that has been powdered for inhalation NOSE STUFF 1936 US sl.
– a drug that is inhaled through the nose; specifically, cocaine NOSE CANDY 1925 US sl.
– a drug that is smoked, esp. a mixture of heroin, methamphetamine, and MDMA BLISS 1996 US sl.
– a drug that makes one talk fast and usually meaninglessly, such as amphetamine, cocaine YIP-YAP DRUGS 1990s Aust. drug culture sl.
– a drug used to adulterate an (alcoholic) drink in order to make someone unconscious MICHAEL 1942 sl., orig. US
– a drug user’s first injection of the day WAKE-UP 1950s sl.
– a drug user’s first injection of the day WAKE-UP HIT 1950s sl.
– a drug user’s first injection of the day WAKE-UP SHOT 1950s sl.
– a drug user’s first injection of the day WAKE-UP BOOST 1950s sl.
– a drug which is injected NEEDLE-CANDY M20 US drug culture sl.
– a drug with addictive characteristics CHEMICAL 2003 UK sl.
– adulterated drugs BAD SHIT Bk2006 US sl.
– a feeling derived from mixing drugs and alcohol LEAD HEAD Bk1971 US students’ sl.
– a feeling of intoxication produced by drugs MOUNTAIN CLIMBER 1970s US college sl.
– a feigned drug withdrawal spasm CARTWHEEL 1936 US drug culture sl.
– a fit suffered by a withdrawing narcotics user WING 1920s sl.
– a folded over matchbook cover that hides a narcotic drug QUILL 1910s sl.
– a frightening, dismaying, or unpleasant hallucinatory experienced induced by LSD or a similar drug DOWN TRIP 1968 Amer. drug culture sl.
– after injecting a drug, the drawing of blood back into the syringe, with the intention of collecting any drug residue, and reinjecting the resultant mix BACKWASHING 2003 UK drug culture sl.
– a glass ampoule holding liquid drugs JUG 1971 US sl.
– a glass syringe with a slip-on needle and a solid plunger LUER 1973 US drug culture sl.
– a green capsule containing drugs, esp. a central nervous system stimulant GREEN 1966 US sl.
– a green capsule containing drugs, esp. a central nervous system stimulant GREENIE 1966 US sl.
– a hallucinatory drug MIND-BLOWER c1971 sl.
– a hallucinatory experience induced by a drug, esp. LSD TRIP 1959 sl., orig. US
– a hallucinogenic drug, esp. LSD or mescaline CHIEF 1960s drug culture sl.
– a hallucinogenic recreational drug SPACER 1971 UK sl.
– a hard drug, esp. heroin SMACK 1942 sl., orig. US
– a hiding place for illegal drugs TRAP 1967 US drug culture sl.
– a high from a drug BALL 1950s US sl.
– a high on drugs ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT 20C teen & high school sl.
– a kick from a drug SKOP 1980s S. Afr. sl.
– a kind of water pipe for smoking marijuana or other drugs BONG L20
– a knock-out drug PETER 1899 US sl.
– a lack of availability of an addictive drug FAMINE 1992 US drug culture sl.
– a large amount of powdered drugs SNOW-STORM M20 US drug culture sl.
– a large load of drugs dropped from the air by means of a cargo skid attached to a parachute SKID DROP Bk1998 drug culture sl.
– a large or comparatively pure injection of narcotics THE BIG DRIVE 1949 US drug addicts’ sl.
– a large-scale plan to smuggle and distribute illegal drugs SCAM 1970s sl.
– a large supply or cache of drugs BINGLE Bk1975 US drug addicts’ sl.
– a large vein, usually the median vein of the arm or thigh; hence, an injection of a narcotic drug into such a vein MAINLINE 1931 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a line of a powdered drug laid out for snorting, esp. cocaine RAIL 1984 US sl.
– a measure of a drug as taken by a user, esp. an injection of a narcotic JOLT 1916 drug culture sl., chiefly US
– a measure of an illegal drug WEIGHT 1971 sl.
– a medicine dropper used by an intravenous drug user to inject the drug FAKE 1938 US drug culture sl.
– a medicine dropper used by an intravenous drug user to inject the drug FAKUS 1973 US drug culture sl.
– a mild addiction to heroin or a similar drug CHIPPY 1964 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a mixed injection, as of heroin and cocaine, or morphine and cocaine CANNONBALL 1950s US drug culture sl.
– a mixture of drugs COCKTAIL 2002 Can. sl.
– a mixture of two or more drugs SALAD 1970 US sl.
– an abandoned building used as a temporary residence for drug addicts who have been evicted from their own dwelling FOOLISH POWDER 1995 US sl.
– an abnormal desire for drugs LETHOMANIA Bk1991
– an abnormal desire for drugs NARCOMANIA Bk1991
– an abscess as a result of injecting drugs AB 1930s US sl.
– an abscessed injection site RASPBERRY 1960s drug culture sl.
– an addiction to a drug HABIT 1881 UK sl.
– an addiction to a drug, usually heroin MONK 1960s US sl.
– an addiction to an opiate; the withdrawal symptoms associated with such an addiction CHINAMAN 1948 Amer. drug culture sl., now usually offensive
– an addiction to drugs GAG 1900s US drug culture sl.
– an addiction to drugs HOOK 1954 Amer. drug culture sl.
– an addiction to drugs MAIN KICK 1930s African-American sl.
– an addiction to drugs MAINLINE 1950s drug culture sl.
– an addiction to drugs, esp. heroin MONKEY ON ONE’S BACK 1860
– an addiction to drugs, esp. heroin MONKEY ON ONE’S SHOULDER 1930s sl., orig. US
– an addiction to drugs; the practice or habit of sniffing drugs NOSE HABIT M20 US drug culture sl.
– an addiction to injected drugs THE NEEDLE 1955 sl., orig. US
– an addiction to, or habitual use of, a drug MONKEY  1938 sl.
– an ampoule (a glass vessel of drugs intended for hypodermic injection) AMP 1968 UK sl.
– an area in Afghanistan, Iran, and Pakistan where heroin is produced GOLDEN CRESCENT 1992 US sl.
– an elastic band used by a drug dealer to secure or facilitate the jettisoning of drugs for sale DEALER’S BAND 1966 US sl.
– an enriching oneself by selling drugs, usually crack cocaine BALLING 1990s African-American sl.
– an environment in which drugs are involved MIX 2000s sl.
– an experience created by a hallucinogenic drug BEND 1960s sl.
– an extremely heavy drug addiction MIGHTY JOE YOUNG 1960s drug culture sl.
– an eye dropper or dingus used in drug injecting DEAZINGUS 1973 US sl.
– an eye dropper used in makeshift drug-injection equipment DINGUS 1979 US drug culture sl.
– an illegal drug SIZZLE 1969 US sl.
– an illegal drug in capsule form YUM-YUMS 1980 US sl.
– an illegal party, often held in a large building such as a warehouse, and often outside the big cities, where thousands of young people pay for their entertainment and allegedly consume MDMA and other illegal drugs ACID HOUSE PARTY 1980s drug culture sl.
– an illicit drug DOPE L19 sl.
– an illicit drug, esp. morphine or another opioid, in the form of a white powder WHITE 1908 sl.
– an improvised seal between a dropper and needle used to inject drugs COLLAR 1960 US sl.
– an industrial solvent that is inhaled for its psychoactive effect SNIFFINGS 1984 US sl.
– an infected lesion that results from injecting with an improvised syringe XYZ 1950s drug culture sl.
– an inhalant SATAN’S SCENT 1980s drug culture sl.
– an inhalant SATAN’S SECRET 1980s drug culture sl.
– an injecting a narcotic drug SPIKE 1940s drug culture sl.
– an injection JAB 1914 sl., orig. US drug users’
– an injection POPPER 1930s drug culture sl.
– an injection into the vein MAINLINE BANG 1940s sl., orig. US drug culture usage
– an injection of a drug BANG 1922 US sl.
– an injection of a drug DIP 1959 US sl.
– an injection of a drug POP 1935 sl.
– an injection of a drug, esp. heroin FIX 1936 US sl.
– an injection of a drug into the skin or muscle, not into a vein SKIN POP 1952 US drug culture sl.
– an injection of a small amount of a drug while in search of a larger amount G SHOT 1992 US sl.
– an injection of drugs BANG IN THE ARM Bk2006 US sl.
– an injection of drugs SHOT IN THE ARM Bk1990 Amer. drug culture sl.
– an injection of drugs directly into a vein VEIN SHOT 1930s US drug culture sl.
– an injection of drugs; the sensation that follows it JABOFF 1930s US prison sl.
– an injection of drugs; the sensation that follows it JABPOPP 1930s US prison sl.
– an injection of drugs; the sensation that follows it JABPOPPO 1930s US prison sl.
– an injection, or the drug injected SPIKE 1953 drug culture sl., orig. US
– an intoxicating or narcotic drug; specifically, heroin or marijuana SHIT 1946 sl.
– an intramuscular injection of a drug SKINGRAFT 1968 US drug culture sl.
– an intravenous injection of a mixture of drugs TWISTER 1938 US sl.
– an occasional use of drugs SATURDAY NIGHT HABIT 1930s US drug culture sl.
– a non-addictive drug, e.g. cannabis LIGHT STUFF 1960s drug culture sl.
– a notably strong variety of a given drug. e.g. heroin MADMAN 1970s drug culture sl.
– an uncomfortable experience with a drug PANIC TRIP Bk1970 US sl.
– an uncontrollable craving for narcotic drugs NARCOMANIA 1888
– an unpleasant experience induced by a hallucinogenic drug BUMMER 1966 sl., orig. & chiefly US
– any combination of amphetamines and barbiturates or tranquillizers SILK AND SATIN 1970s drug culture sl.
– any drug or narcotics, including marijuana HOP E20 US drug culture sl.
– any drugs, including marijuana HASH M20 US drug culture sl.
– any form of powdered drug FAIRY POWDER 1950s drug culture sl.
– any form of substitute for a hypodermic syringe FAKE 1930s US drug culture sl.
– any makeshift instrument used to inject when one does not have a syringe EMERGENCY GUN 1930s drug culture sl.
– any powerful drug; cocaine MONSTER 1975 US drug culture sl.
– anything used to snort powdered drugs; the drugs themselves QUILL 1935 US sl.
– anywhere a drug seller sets up their business GREASE PIT 1950s US drug culture sl.
– anywhere that users take narcotics SLUM DUMP 1950s US drug culture sl.


DRUGS, GENERAL – NOUNS – Part 2
– a package containing drugs BINDLE 1921 sl.
– a package containing drugs DECK 1916 US sl.
– a package of illegal drugs, esp. heroin PACK 1952 US sl.
– a package of illegal drugs, esp. heroin PACKET 1952 US sl.
– a packet of drugs BING c1920 US criminals’ sl.
– a party at which adolescents experiment with drugs garnered from the family medicine cabinet FRUIT-SALAD PARTY 1960s US drug culture sl.
– a party of drug addicts, esp. marijuana smokers BLAST PARTY 1958 US sl.
– a party where drugs are consumed KICK PARTY M20 US drug culture sl.
– a party where drugs of some sort are consumed HOP PARTY 1920s US drug culture sl.
– a period of intense depression or discomfort, when the effects of a drug have subsided LOW sl.
– a period when drugs are hard to purchase PANIC 1910s drug culture sl.
– a person’s drug of choice MAIN THRILL 1930s African-American sl.
– a pill capsule coloured red APPLE 1980s sl.
– a pill containing a stimulant LIFT (PILL) 1968 Amer. sl.
– a place to hide drugs STASH Bk1998 drug culture sl.
– a place where drugs are consumed BEAT PAD 1930s US sl.
– a place where drugs are packaged, diluted or manufactured FACTORY 1930s drug culture sl.
– a place where drug users can obtain a 1/4 oz (7g) of narcotics QUARTER HOUSE 1970s US drug culture sl.
– a place where illegal drugs can be obtained and injected SHOOTING GALLERY 1951 US sl.
– a place where mid-level heroin dealers do business QUARTER HOUSE 1978 US sl.
– a plastic bag used for solvent abuse NOSEBAG 1996 UK sl.
– a powdered drug ALPHA POWDER 1950s US sl.
– a powdered drug CADILLAC 1950s US drug culture sl.
– a powdered drug FOOLISH POWDER 1930 US sl.
– a powdered drug HAPPY DUST E20 US drug culture sl.
– a powdered drug HAPPY POWDER E20 US drug culture sl.
– a powdered drug HAPPY STUFF E20 US drug culture sl.
– a powdered drug OLD LADY WHITE 1920s US drug culture sl.
– a powdered drug OLD STEVE 1930s drug culture sl.
– a powdered drug SILLY DUST 2003 UK sl.
– a powdered drug SNOW 1914 US drug culture sl.
– a powdered drug: cocaine, heroin, etc. THE WITCH 1949 US drug culture sl.
– a powdered drug cocktail of cocaine, heroin, flunitrazepam, and methamphetamine ingested nasally whilst also drinking alcohol FIVE-WAY 2002 UK sl.
– a powdered drug dissolved for injection JUICE 1962 US sl.
– a powdered drug, especially cocaine, heroin, or morphine JOY POWDER 1922 US sl.
– a powdered drug: heroin, PCP, cocaine, fine cannabis DUST Bk2006 US sl.
– a powerful and disorienting drug HEADFUCKER M20 US drug culture sl.
– a powerful central nervous system stimulant CALIFORNIA TURNAROUND 1976 US sl.
– a powerful drug STUMBLE BUMBLE 1970s African-American sl.
– a prescription for narcotic drugs SCRIP 1960s African-American sl.
– a prescription for narcotic drugs SCRIPT 1951 sl., orig. US
– a purchase of drugs, esp. cannabis DEAL 1910s drug culture sl.
– a quantity of drugs carried on one’s person MISS CARRIE 1960s drug culture sl.
– a quantity of pills, usually 500 or 1000 JAR 1960s drug culture sl.
– a rag saturated with glue or any volatile solvent that is inhaled for the intoxicating effect WAD 1970 US sl.
– a ravenous appetite for drugs OIL-BURNING HABIT 1938 Amer. sl.
– a room, flat, or house where drug addicts can go to inject LAUNCHING PAD 1950s US drug culture sl.
– a room where drugs are used BANG ROOM E20 US drug culture sl.
– a room where drugs are used, especially injected DO-ROOM 1974 US sl.
– a safety pin used for an improvised injection of an illegal drug SAFETY 1952 US sl.
– a sale of drugs SCORE 1914 US sl.
– a sale of drugs, esp. cannabis DEAL 1910s drug culture sl.
– a scab under which a drug addict injects drugs TRAP DOOR 1992 US drug culture sl.
– a scar resulting from repeated hypodermic injections HITCH 1953 Amer. sl.
– a search for drugs, esp. for cocaine MISSION 1980s drug culture sl.
– a seeming intoxication induced by being with persons who are intoxicated with narcotics CONTACT HIGH 1950s Amer. drug culture sl.
– a selling drugs illicitly PUSH 1973 rare
– a serious drug addiction FAT ARM 1960s drug culture sl.
– a serious drug addiction OIL BURNER 1938 US sl.
– a set of articles used to take drugs intravenously; a hypodermic needle and syringe RIG 1935 US sl.
– a sheet of paper impregnated with a drug in solution or any other form of smuggling drugs into prison PAPER 1920s US drug culture sl.
– a short measure of drugs BAD COUNT 1980s US criminals’ sl.
– a shot of narcotics GEEZER E20 US sl.
– a single item of several; a single cannabis cigarette, a pill, etc. ACE 1938 US drug culture sl.
– a small amount of a drug BIZ;  BIZZ 1971 US sl.
– a small amount of a drug relative to the price paid BAD GO 1971 US drug culture sl.
– a small package containing a narcotic, as used by an addict BALL 1912 US drug culture sl.
– a small package of drugs CHECK 20C Amer. sl.
– a small packet, typically an envelope or folded paper, containing heroin, marijuana, or the like BAG 1952 Amer. sl.
– a small plastic bag used for holding small amounts of powdered drugs BAGGIE 1970s sl.
– a small quantity of an illicit drug, esp. from 2 to 5 grams of cocaine usually sold in a small plastic bag, a glassine envelope, or often a small tin container TIN sl.
– a snorting a drug SNORT 1951 sl.
– a solvent that can be inhaled for its psychoactive effect SNIFF 1974 US sl.
– a somnolent drug-induced state DOWNER 1967 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a spasm experienced by a drug taker as a withdrawal symptom TWISTER 1936 US sl.
– a spasm feigned by a drug addict in the hope of eliciting sympathy from a physician DUFFY 1973 US drug culture sl.
– a spoon used for heating drugs which are to be injected SPOON M20 US drug culture sl.
– a state of drug intoxication FLYING M20 US drug culture sl.
– a stimulant drug GOOF BALL 1952 sl., orig. US
– a stimulant drug GOOF PILL 1952 sl., orig. US
– a stimulant drug PEP-PILL 1937 sl., orig. US
– a stimulant drug WAKE-UP 1969 drug culture sl.
– a stimulant drug WAKE-UP PILL 1969 drug culture sl.
– a stock of illegal drugs LOAD 1978 UK sl.
– a store that sells illegal drugs HEAD SHOP Bk1970 US students’ sl.
– a strong dose of a powdered drug that is snorted NOSEFULL 1980 US sl.
– a strong stimulant effect from alcohol or drugs LIFT 1942 Amer. sl.
– a substance sold as an illegal drug that is actually fake GANK 1994 US sl.
– a supply of a given drug PACKAGE 1930s US drug culture sl.
– a supply of drugs hidden in the rectum ASS CACHE 1992 US sl.
– a supply of narcotics, concealed in the rectum, usually in a metal container ASSKASH 1950s US drug culture sl.
– a syringe used for injecting an illegal drug MACHINE GUN 1978 UK sl.
– a tablet or pill containing an illegal drug; often specifically LSD TAB 1961 sl.
– a temporary loss of sanity and control while under the influence of a psychoactive drug FREAK-OUT 1966 UK sl.
– a thin paper used to roll marijuana cigarettes SKIN 1969 US sl.
– a time when authorities make it difficult for addicts to obtain drugs DROUGHT Bk1966 US police sl.
– a trivial drug habit MICKEY MOUSE HABIT Bk1990 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a vein, esp. a prominent one suitable for drug injection GUTTER 1930s US sl.
– a vein, esp. in the context of injecting drugs LINE 1938 US drug culture sl.
– a vein into which a drug is injected GATE 1986 US sl.
– a very small portion of a drug, usually hashish BLIM 1980s UK sl.
– a very small quantity of a drug wrapped in paper or foil WRAP 1996 Brit. sl.
– bad drugs BAD SHIT Bk2006 US sl.
– banana peel used as an intoxicant MELLOW YELLOW 1967 US drug culture sl.
– bruises, punctures, and sores visible on the skin of an intravenous drug user TRACKS 1964 US drug culture sl.
– coming down from a drug-induced high SKETCHING 1980s US drug culture sl.
– commerce in drugs ACTION Bk2000 Amer. criminal sl.
– dealing drugs HUSTLING 2000 UK sl.
– depressants, tranquillizers, barbiturates DEBS 1970s US drug culture sl.
– devices used for injecting drugs; drug paraphernalia (THE) WORKS 1934 Amer. drug culture sl.
– drug addiction as a way of life LIFE 1967 Amer. drug culture sl.
– drug-dealing THE GAME 1950s African-American sl.
– drug intoxication FUZZ Bk1990 Amer. drug culture sl.
– drug intoxication JAG E20 US drug culture sl.
– drug intoxication LOAD 1947 US sl.
– drug intoxication TURN-ON 1969 sl.
– drugs BOW-SOW 1930s US drug culture sl.
– drugs CACA 1995 US sl.
– drugs 1976 US sl.
– drugs DISCIPLINE Bk2006 US sl.
– drugs DOOBAGE;  DUBAGE Bk2006 US sl.
– drugs GOODIES Bk1970 US students’ sl.
– drugs HASH Bk1970 US students’ sl.
– drugs JUICE 1957 sl.
– drugs LEAF GUM E20 US criminals’ sl.
– drugs LEAF 1930s sl.
– drugs MAINLINE 1950s drug culture sl.
– drugs MOOCH M20 US drug culture sl.
– drugs N 1980s US drug culture sl.
– drugs NOCKS 20C US sl.
– drugs PARTY FAVORS 1980s US college sl.
– drugs SAUCE 1953 sl., orig. US
– drugs SCHMECKEN 1940s Brit. sl.
– drugs SCHMECKER 1940s Brit. sl.
– drugs SNIFF M20 US drug culture
– drugs TACKLE 2000s sl.
– drugs TRAIN 1982 US prison sl.
– drugs; a nonalcoholic source of a ‘high’ DRY GROG E20 US criminals’ sl.
– drugs available as pills; barbiturates, amphetamines M AND MS 1960s sl., orig US drug culture
– drugs concealed in the rectum KIESTER STASH Bk1970 US drug culture sl.
– drugs in general BABANIA 1970s US drug culture sl.
– drugs in general BABONYA 1970s US drug culture sl.
– drugs in general BANG M20 US drug culture sl.
– drugs of any variety NASTIES 1980s drug culture sl.
– drugs smuggled into a prison or hospital CAKE 1950s US drug culture & prison sl.
– drugs that are retrieved by soaking or boiling a small piece of cotton through which a drug solution is filtered as it is drawn into a needle BLOTTER 1950s drug culture sl.
– drug storage and distribution areas STASH AREAS Bk1998 drug culture sl.
– drug used to adulterate an (alcoholic) drink in order to make someone unconscious MICKEY (FINN);  MICKEY FLYNN 1931 sl., orig. US
– equipment necessary for the injection of narcotics MACHINE 1937 Amer. drug culture sl.
– equipment necessary for the injection of narcotics MACHINERY 1938 Amer. drug culture sl.
– equipment needed to inject a drug ARTILLERY 1915 US sl.
– equipment needed to inject a drug LIGHT ARTILLERY 1950 US sl.
– equipment used for injecting a drug OINT-JAY 1930s drug culture back-slang for ‘joint’
– equipment used for injecting drugs TOOLS 1960s sl.
– exhilaration rising from the use of drugs DRIVE 1921 US sl.
– fabric used to filter a solution of narcotics before injection; the cotton may be boiled later and the drug residue used SATCH COTTON 1960s drug culture sl.
– fake drugs DUDS 1996 UK drug culture sl.
 fear of drugs PHARMACOPHOBIA Bk1991
– free samples of addictive drugs MONKEY BAIT 1950s drug culture sl.
– getting intoxicated on a drug while sitting in a car with the windows rolled up, thus intensifying the effects of the ambient smoke DA LAND 1990s African-American & drug culture sl.
– glue sniffed as a recreational drug GUNK M20 US drug culture sl.
– good drugs DA KINE 1960s US sl.
– hard drugs HEAVIES Bk1970 US students’ sl.
– hard or ‘heavy’ drugs HEAVIES M20 US drug culture sl.
– high quality drugs BONEROO 1992 US sl.
– high quality drugs, esp. marijuana BAD SHIT 1996 prison sl.
– highs induced by smoking the skins of or drinking the broth from banana, nutmeg, mace, cinnamons, peanut shells, peppers, or wild rice NATCH TRIPS 1960s African-American sl.
– hypodermic equipment used by drug addicts JOINT 1935 drug culture sl.
– illegal drugs DADAH 20C Aust. sl. (Malay)
– injecting drugs HITTING UP 1940s drug culture sl.
– injecting drugs subcutaneously, not into a vein SKIN-POPPING 1973 US drug culture sl.
– irregular, unaddicted use of a drug BABY HABIT  1992 US drug culture sl.
– medicinal drugs, pure narcotics MCCOY 1930s US drug culture sl.
– mild drugs CHIPPIE;  CHIPPY 20C US sl.
– money set aside or offered for a purchase of drugs SCORE DOUGH 1930s drug culture sl.
– money set aside or offered for a purchase of drugs SCORE MONEY 1930s drug culture sl.
– moving slowly while high on narcotics THE SLOWS 1980s African-American sl.
– needle marks on a drug user’s arm CALLING CARD 1971 US sl.
– paper or clothing that is saturated with a drug solution; usually used to smuggle drugs into prisons or hospitals SACH;  SACHT;  SATCH 1930s drug culture sl.
– pills DOLLS Bk2006 US drug culture sl.
– pills in a coloured jacket; usually the barbiturates Amytal and Seconal which have red-and-blue capsules RAINBOWS 1960s drug culture sl.
– potent or illegal drugs HEAVIES M20 US drug culture sl.
– powdered drugs WHITE MERCHANDISE 20C US drug culture sl.
– powerful drugs DYNAMITE 1919 US sl.
– psychotropic drugs, esp. marijuana or barbiturates GOOF 1940s US drug culture sl.
– recreational drugs that are injected into the arm ARM CANDY 2002 UK sl.
– residue left in a pipe BACK DOOR 1980s drug culture sl.
– rubber cement rolled into balls and burned SNOT BALLS Bk1998 drug culture sl.
– selling drugs SLANGING Bk1998 drug culture sl.
– some fake drugs BETTY Bk2006 US sl.
– strong and addictive drug culture; spec., heroin and morphine HARD STUFF M20 US drug culture
– symptoms of withdrawal from an addictive drug HEEBIE-JEEBIES 1987 US sl.
– taking drugs then wandering in pursuit of women willing to have sex SLEAZYCHEESIN’ 2000s African-American sl.
– the antecubital vein at the inside of the elbow, a prime site for intravenous drug injections VALLEY 1970 US sl.
– the apparatus with which a drug addict takes drugs OUTFIT 1951 drug culture sl.
– the brief pleasurable sensation obtained by injecting a narcotic drug FLASH 1946 sl., orig. US
– the charge from drugs or from a marijuana cigarette BELT 20C US drug culture sl.
– the charge or ‘rush’ after the injection of a drug into a vein BURN Bk1990 Amer. drug culture sl.
– the combination of drugs which produces the ultimate trip FRUIT SALAD Bk1971 US students’ sl.
– the core of a capsule of drugs BULB 1971 US sl.
– the current availability of drugs and the best place to obtain them ACTION 1960s drug culture sl.
– the drawing of blood back into the syringe to make sure that one has hit a vein VERIFICATION SHOT 1930s US drug culture sl.
– the drug user’s world EDGE CITY Bk1971 US students’ sl.
– the early state of intoxication from drugs EDGE Bk2006 US sl.
– the effects of a drug ACTION 1960s sl.
– the effects of a drug JOLT 1920s US sl.
– the euphoria resulting from taking a narcotic drug SLEIGH-RIDE 1925 US sl.
– the euphoric state of being intoxicated by drugs GLOW 1960s sl.
– the first drug injection enjoyed by someone just released from prison CHERRY KICKS 1971 US sl.
– the illness that accompanies withdrawal from drug addiction KICK-SICK 1930s drug culture sl.
– the illness that accompanies withdrawal from drug addiction SICK 1930s drug culture sl.
– the immediate response to an injection of a drug CALL 1960s drug culture sl.
– the inside of the elbow, used for injections of narcotics DITCH 1960s drug culture sl.
– the irregular use of an otherwise addictive drug ICE-CREAM HABIT 1930s drug culture sl.
– the kick or rush from taking or injecting a drug BLAST Bk2006 US sl.
– the kit used by a narcotics addict for injections FACTORY 1930s drug culture sl.
– the last draw on a water pipe LIZARD HIT 1997 US sl.
– the last portion of a drug prior to bed NIGHTCAP 1950s sl.
– the long-term effect of a drug, as opposed to the initial ‘rush’ TAIL 1990s drug culture sl.
– the occupation by a dealer of several floors in a building; when one is raided others are still available PIGGYBACK 1980s sl.
– the pain of withdrawal from drug use AGONIES 1970s drug culture sl.
– the range of symptoms experienced when a drug addict is deprived of the drug SICKNESS 1987 US sl.
– the rectum as a place for concealing illegal drugs KIESTER STASH M20 US drug culture sl.
– the relaxed state that follows the taking of a drug, usually marijuana or a barbiturate GOOF 1950s US sl.
– the resumption of drug use after a prolonged period of non-use KICKBACK 1971 US sl.
– the scars left from continuous injections of narcotics SCARS 1940s African-American sl.
– the scars that accompany repeated injections of narcotics into one’s veins RAILROAD TRACKS 1970s drug culture sl.
– the signs of narcotic injections MARKS 1930s drug culture sl.
– the simultaneous injection of 2 drugs PIGGYBACK 2000s US drug culture
– the sudden and complete deprivation of drugs to a jailed drug addict, who suffers intensely STEEL AND CONCRETE CURE 1950 US sl.
– the sudden completely giving up of an addictive drug, esp. as a method of withdrawal COLD TURKEY 1921 sl., orig. US
– the sudden effect of a drug BANG 1948 US sl.
– the sudden onset of the effects of a drug KICK 1912 US sl.
– the syringe and other equipment used by intravenous drug users BIZ;  BIZZ 1949 US sl.
– the syringe, cotton, etc. required for injecting a narcotic LAYOUT 1920s sl.
– the taking of a narcotic drug, esp. cocaine SLEIGH-RIDE 1925 US sl.
– the taking of or experiencing a ‘go-faster’ drug, as amphetamine SPEEDING 1960s drug culture sl.
– the vein into which an addict injects narcotics MAIN 1930s sl., orig. US drug culture usage
– the vein into which an addict injects narcotics MAINLINER 1930s sl., orig. US drug culture usage
– the worlds of drug-dealing, gambling, prostitution, etc. FAST LIFE  1960s US sl.
– treatment for drug addiction THE CURE 1953 US sl.
– using an inhalant for ‘recreational purposes’ BAGGING 1990s US sl.
– very painful symptoms of withdrawal from drug addiction BONECRUSHERS 1990 US sl.
– weak or second-rate drugs LEMON 1950s US drug culture sl.
– weak or second-rate drugs LEMONADE 1950s US drug culture sl.
– while under the influence of LSD or another hallucinogen: sequences of repeating after-images trailing a moving object TRAILS 1999 US drug culture sl.
– withdrawal sickness THE HORRORS 1839 Amer. sl.
– withdrawal symptoms HABIT 1920s drug culture sl.


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