Reverse Dictionary: DRUGS – HEROIN


DRUGS, HEROIN ADJECTIVES
– addicted to heroin H’ED 1997 US sl.
– addicted to heroin JUNKED OUT 1982 US sl.
– addicted to heroin SCAGGED;  SKAGGED 1970s drug culture sl.
– addicted to heroin SCAGGED OUT;  SKAGGED OUT 1970s drug culture sl.
– addicted to heroin SKAGGED UP 1993 UK sl.
– comatose or impotent as a result of taking heroin SKAGGY-BAWED 1990s Sc. sl.
– completely intoxicated by heroin HOPPED TO THE GILLS 1920s sl.
– extremely intoxicated by heroin SMACKED OUT 1983 UK sl.
– feeling sick as part of heroin withdrawal ICKY 1960s US drug culture sl.
– intoxicated by heroin MADE 1950s drug culture sl.
– intoxicated by heroin SKAGGED UP 1993 UK sl.
– intoxicated by heroin SMACKED BACK 1981 US sl.
– intoxicated on heroin HORSED OUT 1980s drug culture sl.
– satisfactorily supplied with heroin MADE 1950s drug culture sl.


DRUGS, HEROIN – NOUNS
– $2 package of heroin DEUCE 1960s US drug culture sl.
– $5 bag of heroin NICKEL BAG 1967 US sl.
– $10 worth of heroin DIME PAPER 1972 US sl.
– $50 worth of heroin HALF-A-YARD 1960s sl.
– $100 worth of heroin YARD 1960s drug culture sl.
– 1 gram of heroin G;  GEE 1990s drug culture sl.
– 1.2 grams (1/16 oz) of heroin SPOON 1950s drug culture sl.
– 1 oz of heroin PIECE 1935 US sl.
– 25 bags of heroin LOAD 1969 US sl.
– a bag of heroin; hence, heroin SACK 1980s UK drug culture sl.
– a balloon containing heroin BAG 1960s sl.
– a capsule of heroin CAP 1920s drug culture sl.
– a capsule of heroin COURAGE PILL 1933 US sl.
– a capsule of heroin H CAP 1990 US sl.
– a cigarette dressed with cocaine and heroin FLAMETHROWER 1998 UK sl.
– a cigarette laced with heroin DUSTER 1960s sl.
– a heroin addict’s first injection of the morning WAKER-UPPER 1982 US sl.
– a large bag of heroin; heroin BIG BAG 1969 US sl.
– a mild addiction to heroin CHIPPY 1964 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a mixture of bonita and quinine sold as counterfeit heroin B-AND-Q 1990s US drug culture sl.
– a mixture of cocaine and heroin C AND H 1960s African-American sl.
– a mixture of heroin and cocaine DYNAMITE 1937 US sl.
– a mixture of heroin and cocaine G.B. M20 US drug culture sl.
– a mixture of heroin and cocaine GOOFBALL 1950s drug culture sl.
– a mixture of heroin and cocaine H. AND C. 1960s US drug culture sl.
– a mixture of heroin and cocaine HOT AND COLD M20 US drug culture sl.
– a mixture of heroin and cocaine SMOKING GUN Bk1998 drug culture sl.
– a mixture of heroin and cocaine SNOWBALL Bk1998 drug culture sl.
– a mixture of heroin and cocaine SPEEDBALL 1909 sl., orig. US
– a mixture of heroin and crack cocaine MOON ROCK 1989 US sl.
– a mixture of heroin and crack cocaine PARACHUTE 1980s drug culture sl.
– a mixture of heroin and crack cocaine SMOKE M20 US drug culture sl.
– a mixture of heroin and crack cocaine that is smoked CHOCOLATE ROCK 2002 sl.
– a mixture of heroin and marijuana in a cigarette A-BOMB;  ATOM BOMB 1969 US sl.
– a mixture of heroin and MDMA H BOMB 2002 UK sl.
– a mixture of heroin, cocaine, and morphine, which can be smoked or injected ANGEL DUST 1970s sl.
– a mixture of heroin, cocaine, and valium UNFORGETTABLE 1993 US sl.
– a mixture of heroin, methamphetamine, and MDMA BLISS 1996 US sl.
– a mixture of MDMA with heroin or methadone CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES 2002 UK sl.
– a package of heroin DECK 1916 US sl.
– a package of heroin PACK 1952 US sl.
– a package of heroin PACKET 1952 US sl.
– a pill of heroin in which the drug is issued to registered addicts JACK (AND JILL) 1950s rhyming sl. (usually plural) = pill(s)
– a room or apartment where patrons gather to smoke opium or to take heroin HOP PAD 1920s drug culture sl.
– a severe heroin addiction ASS-WIPER 1960s sl.
– a single injection of heroin SKEET 2000s US prisons sl.
– a small amount of heroin G-SHOT 1969 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a small amount of heroin, enough for a single dose BUTTON 1968 US sl.
– a small amount of heroin, whether or not it is actually in a balloon BALLOON 1967 US drug culture sl.
– a small bag of heroin intended for inhaling SNIFFER BAG 2002 US sl.
– a small quantity of heroin DEAL Irish sl.
– adulterated heroin SCRAMBLE 1984 US drug culture sl.
– adulterated heroin or a white powdered poison used to injure or kill someone using it in the belief it is heroin SNUFF POWDER 1960 US sl.
– aluminium foil, used for smoking heroin SILVER 1980s NZ drug culture sl.
– an addiction to heroin BEAST 1958 US drug culture sl.
– an addiction to heroin JONES 1965 sl.
– an addiction to heroin MONK 1960s US sl.
– an addiction to heroin MONKEY 1949 Amer. sl.
– an addiction to heroin MONKEY ON ONE’S BACK 1860 sl.
– an addiction to heroin SCAG JONES;  SKAG JONES 1960s US drug culture sl.
– an addiction to heroin through inhalation STOMACH HABIT Bk1970 US drug culture sl.
– an ampoule of methadone, used to break a heroin addiction AMP 1985 UK sl.
– an area in Burma, Laos, and Thailand where heroin in produced GOLDEN TRIANGLE 1992 US sl.
– an exceptionally pure form of heroin originating in Mexico BLACK TAR 1986 sl.
– an extremely heavy level of heroin addiction OIL-BURNER 1930s US drug culture sl.
– an extremely heavy level of heroin addiction OIL-BURNER HABIT 1930s US drug culture sl.
– an extremely heavy level of heroin addiction OIL-BURNING HABIT 1930s US drug culture sl.
– an injection of heroin BANG 1922 US sl.
– an injection of heroin FIX 1936 US sl.
– an injection of heroin ONE 1990s sl.
– an injection of heroin and morphine VIPER 1980s sl.
– any of several intoxicating or narcotic drug culture,; specifically, heroin or marijuana SHIT 1946 sl.
– black-tar heroin BALL 2002 UK drug culture sl.
– brown heroin that originates in the Sierra Madre mountains of Mexico MEXICAN MUD 1977 US drug culture sl.
– cheap, low-quality heroin SCAG;  SKAG 1965 Amer. drug culture sl.
– counterfeit heroin KA-KA M20 US drug culture sl.
– diluted or poor quality heroin LEMON 1950s US drug culture sl.
– diluted or poor quality heroin LEMONADE 1950s US drug culture sl.
– enough heroin to provide a single injection SPOON 1950s drug culture sl.
– especially pure heroin DYNO-PURE 2002 UK sl.
– heroin AITCH 1920s drug culture sl.
– heroin AL CAPONE 2002 UK sl.
– heroin ANTIFREEZE 1994 Amer. drug culture sl.
– heroin ARIES 1994 US sl.
– heroin AUNT HAZEL 1949 US sl.
– heroin BABANIA 1970s US drug culture sl.
– heroin BABONYA 1970s US drug culture sl.
– heroin BAD SEED 1969 US drug culture sl.
– heroin BALLOT;  BALOT 1986 US drug culture sl.
– heroin BATMAN 2002 UK sl.
– heroin BEAST 1958 US drug culture sl.
– heroin BIG H.;  BIG HARRY 20C drug culture sl.
– heroin BONE 1993 US sl.
– heroin BOY a1953 Amer. sl.
– heroin C 20C US drug culture sl.
– heroin CABALLO 1950s drug culture sl.
– heroin CALBO 2003 UK sl.
– heroin CANDY 1980s drug culture sl.
– heroin CAPS 1998 UK sl.
– heroin CARNE 1986 US sl.
– heroin CHINESE MOLASSES 1953 US sl.
– heroin CHIVA 1967 US sl.
– heroin 1950s drug culture sl.
– heroin DEAD ON ARRIVAL 1998 UK sl.
– heroin DEATH TRIP 2002 UK sl.
– heroin DOGIE M20 US drug culture sl.
– heroin DOJEE M20 US drug culture sl.
– heroin DOJIE M20 US drug culture sl.
– heroin DOOGIE 1960 US sl.
– heroin DOOJEE M20 US drug culture sl.
– heroin DOOJI M20 US drug culture sl.
– heroin DOOJIE 1960 US sl.
– heroin DOOLEY 1980s drug culture sl.
– heroin DOOMDUST 1970s US drug culture sl.
– heroin DUJER M20 US drug culture sl.
– heroin DUJI;  DUJIE 1959 US sl.
– heroin DUMB DUST 1986 US drug culture sl.
– heroin DYNAMITE 1924 sl., orig. US
– heroin DYNO 1969 US sl.
– heroin ESTUFFA 1980s drug culture sl.
– heroin FACHIVA 2003 UK sl.
– heroin FLEA POWDER M20 US drug culture sl.
– heroin FOOFOO 1998 US sl.
– heroin FOOFOO DUST 1998 US sl.
– heroin FOOFOO STUFF 1998 US sl.
– heroin FOOLISH POWDER 1930 US sl.
– heroin GALLOPING HORSE 1959 US drug culture sl.
– heroin GALLUP 1950s drug culture sl.
– heroin GAMOT 1998 UK sl.
– heroin GATO 1980 US sl.
– heroin GLASS 2003 UK sl.
– heroin GOLDEN BROWN 1981 UK sl.
– heroin GOLDEN GIRL 1994 US sl.
– heroin GOLPE 1980 US sl.
– heroin GOMA 1967 US sl.
– heroin GONDOLA 2003 UK sl.
– heroin GONG 1936 US sl.
– heroin GOOD AND PLENTY 1994 US sl.
– heroin GOOD H;  GOOD HORSE 2002 UK sl.
– heroin GREEN DRAGON 1990 US sl.
– heroin GUMA 1967 US sl.
– heroin H 1926 US drug culture sl.
– heroin HACHE 1955 US sl.
– heroin HAIRY 1950s drug culture sl.
– heroin HARD CANDY 1970 US sl.
– heroin HARD STUFF M20 US drug culture
– heroin HARRY M20 US drug culture sl.
– heroin HAYRON 2003 UK sl.
– heroin HAZEL 1949 US sl.
– heroin HESSLE 20C drug culture sl.
– heroin HOCUS 20C drug culture sl.
– heroin HOSS 1960 US sl.
– heroin ICE-CREAM 1920s US drug culture sl.
– heroin JOJEE 1950s drug culture sl.
– heroin JONES 1965 sl.
– heroin JOY POWDER 1922 US sl.
– heroin JUNK 1925 sl., orig. US
– heroin KABAYO 1960s drug culture sl.
– heroin KA-KA M20 US drug culture sl.
– heroin LA BUENA 2003 UK drug culture sl.
– heroin LA COSA 1980 US drug culture sl.
– heroin LIFE SAVER 2003 UK sl.
– heroin MANTECA 2003 Brit. drug culture sl.
– heroin MAYO 1949 US drug culture sl.
– heroin MISTER 1990s US drug culture sl.
– heroin MOJO 1935 Amer. drug culture sl.
– heroin MUD 1980s drug culture sl.
– heroin NANOO 1998 UK sl.
– heroin NICE AND EASY 1994 US sl.
– heroin NOISE 1928 Amer. drug culture sl.
– heroin NOSE 20C US drug culture sl.
– heroin NUMBER EIGHT M20 US drug culture sl.
– heroin OGOY 1977 US sl.
– heroin OIL 1980s drug culture sl.
– heroin PAN YEN;  PEN YAN;  PEN YANG;  PEN YEN;  PEN YUEN;  PIN YEN;  PINYON 1922 US sl.
– heroin PANGONADALOT 1977 US sl.
– heroin PARACHUTE 2002 UK sl.
– heroin PIN GON 1922 US sl.
– heroin POLBORON;  PULBORN;  PULBORON 1977 US sl.
– heroin POPPY 1930s drug culture sl.
– heroin QUILL 1980s sl.
– heroin RACEHORSE CHARLEY;  RACEHORSE CHARLIE 1936 US sl.
– heroin RAMBO 1998 UK sl.
– heroin SALISBURY CRAG 1990s drug culture sl.
– heroin SALT 1971 US drug culture sl.
– heroin SCAG;  SKAG 1965 sl.
– heroin SCAM 2000s US prison sl.
– heroin SCAT 1970 sl.
– heroin SCATE 1940s drug culture sl.
– heroin SCHMECK;  SHMECK 1966 sl., chiefly US
– heroin SCHMEE;  SHMEE M20 US drug culture sl.
– heroin SCOT(T) 1971 US sl.
– heroin SILK 2002 UK sl.
– heroin SKEE 1960s US sl.
– heroin SKEZAG 1970s drug culture sl.
– heroin SLEEPER Bk1998 drug culture sl.
– heroin SLIME 1994 drug culture sl.
– heroin SMACK 1960 sl., orig. US
– heroin SNEEZING POWDER 1958 US sl.
– heroin SNOW 1910s drug culture, orig. US
– heroin SNOWBALL 1910s drug culture sl., orig. US
– heroin SPIDER BLUE 1994 drug culture sl.
– heroin STUFF M20 US drug culture sl.
– heroin SUGAR 1935 US drug culture sl.
– heroin TAR 1930s drug culture sl.
– heroin THE BEAST Bk2007 drug culture sl.
– heroin THE 1920s drug culture sl.
– heroin THE WHITE STUFF 1953 sl., orig. US
– heroin THE WITCH 1949 US drug culture sl.
– heroin TOYS 2003 UK sl.
– heroin TRAGIC MAGIC 1960s US drug culture sl.
– heroin TRAIN 2003 UK sl.
– heroin UNCLE JUNK 1985 US sl.
– heroin UNCLE MAC 1992 UK rhyming sl. for ‘smack’
– heroin VIDRIO 2003 UK sl.
– heroin WHITE 20C US drug culture sl.
– heroin WITCH HAZEL 1959 US drug culture sl.
– heroin WOMAN IN THE SUN 2001 UK drug culture sl.
– heroin, cocaine, and other drugs that are legally categorized as Class A narcotics CLASS A’s 1999 UK sl.
– heroin diluted with caffeine and strychnine BROWN SUGAR 1974 sl.
– heroin, esp. if nearly pure DYNO 1969 US sl.
– heroin, esp. low-quality or bogus heroin CACA 1960s US drug culture sl.
– heroin, esp. when heavily adulterated SKID 1977 US sl.
– heroin from Afghanistan, Iran, and/or Pakistan AIP 1982 US sl.
– heroin sandwiched between layers of cocaine SANDWICH 1998 UK sl.
– heroin sold in a paper packet PAPER 1953 US sl.
– heroin then crack cocaine used in sequence BACK-TO-BACK 1994 US drug culture sl.
– inferior heroin DARK BROWN SHIT 1950s African-American sl.
– inferior heroin that originates in Mexico MEXICAN BROWN 1975 US sl.
– inferior-quality heroin BAD BUNDLE 1970s sl.
– liquefied heroin NOSE DROPS 1998 UK sl.
– low quality heroin GARBAGE 1962 US sl.
– methadone, a drug prescribed as a substitute for heroin METH 1980 US sl.
– methamphetamine mixed with heroin METH SPEEDBALL 2002 sl.
– paraphernalia used to prepare heroin for injection SPOON Bk1998 drug culture sl.
– poor quality heroin RAGWEED 1980s drug culture sl.
– pot cured in heroin SMACK WEED Bk1998 drug culture sl.
– pure or nearly pure heroin P 1960s US sl.
– relatively pure heroin CHINESE ROCKS 1975 US drug culture sl.
– silver foil, as used in smoking heroin TINNIE 1980s NZ drug culture sl.
– synthetic heroin ANGEL DUST M20 US drug culture sl.
– synthetic heroin ANGEL HAIR M20 US drug culture sl.
– synthetic heroin GOLDFINGER 1992 US sl.
– the (variable) amount of heroin that is sufficient to cause death DIME’S WORTH 2002 UK sl.
– the application of an ice pack on the scrotum of a man who has overdosed on heroin COLD CROTCH 1993 US sl.
– the initial flooding of sensations after injecting heroin CALL 1973 US drug culture sl.
– the residue of heroin processing MUD 1970s drug culture sl.
– the scarred veins that are the product of and indicate heroin addiction MONKEY TRACK 1960s sl.
– the smoking of heroin CHASING 1980s drug culture sl.
– the vomiting that may follow an injection of heroin LUNCH GUT 1950s drug culture sl.


DRUGS, HEROIN – NOUNS, PERSON
– a casual user of heroin CHIPPER M20 US drug culture sl.
– a casual user of heroin JOLLY POP 1950s drug culture sl.
– a casual user of heroin JOLLY POPPER 1950s drug culture sl.
– a casual user of heroin LABOUR DAY JUNKIE 1996 Ireland sl.
– a female heroin addict SCAG HAG;  SKAG HAG 1999 sl.
– a habitual user of heroin BAGHEAD 1996 UK drug culture sl.
– a habitual user of heroin H-HEAD 1978 UK sl.
– a habitual user of heroin VIPER 1970s drug culture sl.
– a heroin addict BAG-RAT 2009 drug culture sl.
– a heroin addict GEEZER 1968 US sl.
– a heroin addict HEROIN-HEAD 1949 US criminals’ sl.
– a heroin addict HORSEHEAD 1952 US sl.
– a heroin addict SCAG FREAK 2010 sl.
– a heroin addict SCAGHEAD 1996 sl.
– a heroin addict SCHMECKER;  SHMECKER 1953 US sl.
– a heroin addict SICKIE 1960s sl.
– a heroin addict SMACKHEAD 1967 sl., orig. US
– a heroin addict SNOWBIRD 1931 US drug culture sl.
– a heroin addict SPOOK 1990s drug culture sl.
– a heroin addict TECATO 1968 US drug culture sl.
– a heroin addict UNKJAY 1940s Pig Latin for ‘junkie’
– a heroin addict who rents out his drug equipment in exchange for small amounts of the drug TASTE FACE 1969 US drug culture sl.
– a heroin dealer SCAG MERCHANT 2009 sl.
– a heroin peddler PAPER BOY 1960s drug culture sl.
– a heroin pusher ARCTIC EXPLORER 1959 US sl.
– a heroin pusher MOTHER Bk1992 drug addicts’ sl. 
– a heroin supplier BALLOON Bk2002 criminals’ sl. 
– a heroin user ARCTIC EXPLORER 1959 US sl.
– an older heroin user DINOSAUR 2002 US sl.
– a person who enjoys associating with heroin addicts SCAG HAG;  SKAG HAG 2001 sl.

DRUGS, HEROIN NOUNS, PERSON, OTHER
– the infant of a woman addicted to heroin, usually born permaturely and with a craving for the drug HEROIN BABY 1972 


DRUGS, HEROIN – VERBS
– to be addicted to heroin CHASE THE BAG 1960s drug sl.
– to begin to sleep after withdrawing from heroin addiction SLEEP IN CHAPTERS Bk1970 US drug culture sl.
– to dissolve heroin in water over a flame before injecting it COOK 1960s Amer. drug culture sl.
– to go to sleep under the influence of heroin GOOF 1940s US sl.
– to inhale heroin ONE AND ONE 1970s drug culture sl.
– to inhale heroin SNORT 1935 sl., orig. US
– to inject heroin BANG sl.
– to inject heroin GEEZE Bk1970 US sl.
– to inject heroin LAUGH AND SCRATCH 1998 UK sl.
– to inject heroin MIX 1970s sl.
– to inject heroin OIL 1981 US sl.
– to inject heroin SMACK UP 1995 US sl.
– to inject heroin directly into a vein MAIN 1952 Amer. drug culture sl.
– to inject heroin directly into a vein MAINLINE 1938 Amer. drug culture sl.
– to inject heroin into a muscle rather than a vein CHIP 1966 Amer. drug culture sl.
– to inject or otherwise ingest heroin FIX 1936 US sl.
– to package heroin for sale BALLOON Bk1968 US drug culture sl.
– to seek out supplies and to be addicted to heroin CHASE THE BAG 1960s drug sl.
– to smoke heroin CHASE THE TIGER 1980s drug culture sl.
– to smoke heroin, sucking up the smoke of the drug, which is burned on a piece of kitchen foil; the heated heroin liquefies and flows across the paper, gradually giving off smoke, which is sucked into the smoker’s lungs by a tube, also usually made of kitchen foil CHASE THE DRAGON 1961 drug culture sl.
– to sniff heroin SMACK 1940s African-American sl.
– to sniff heroin SMOCK 1940s African-American sl.
– to use heroin occasionally and without becoming addicted CHIP 1964 Amer. drug culture sl.
– to use heroin occasionally and without becoming addicted CHIPPER 1971 Amer. drug culture sl.
– to use heroin occasionally and without becoming addicted CHIPPY 1924 Amer. drug culture sl.


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