Reverse Dictionary: DRUGS – LSD


DRUGS, LSD ADJECTIVES
– experiencing the effects of LSD IN TRANSIT 1971 US drug culture sl.
– having a hallucinatory experience induced by LSD TRIPPY 1969 sl.
– suggestive of the effects of LSD; psychedelic ACIDY 1978
– under the influence of LSD ACID-FRIED 1985


DRUGS, LSD – NOUNS
– 1 microgram of LSD MIKE 1970 sl.
– 1 microgram, the unit of measurement for LSD doses GAMMON 1969 US drug culture sl.
– 1000 of LSD soaked into paper PAGE 1999 US sl.
– a bit of blotter impregnated with LSD with a picture of Mickey Mouse on it MICKEY MOUSE Bk1990 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a capsule of LSD CAP 1960s drug culture sl.
– a code name for LSD LUCY IN THE SKY WITH DIAMONDS M20 US drug culture sl.
– a depression brought on by LSD use ACID FUNK 1971 US sl.
– a dose of LSD ACID TRIP 1960s sl.
– a dose of LSD carried on a small square of blotting paper; the paper and the drug it has absorbed are consumed together BLOTTER 1960s drug culture sl.
– a dose of LSD on a tiny, clear gelatin chip PANE 1994 US sl.
– a drowsiness encountered by many LSD users after the effects of the drug have worn off YEN SLEEP 1972 US sl.
– a flashback of an LSD experience FREE TRIP Bk2006 US sl.
– a frightening, dismaying, or unpleasant hallucinatory experienced induced by LSD DOWN TRIP 1968 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a hallucinatory experience induced by LSD TRIP 1959 sl., orig. US
– a hallucinatory experience induced by the taking of LSD and considered as a test of maturity, courage, etc. ACID TEST 1967 US sl.
– a marijuana cigarette laced with LSD SPLAFF 2003 UK sl.
– an unpleasant experience while using LSD BACKWARDS 1990s sl.
– an unpleasant or distressing experience caused by taking LSD BUMMER 1968
– a party or public celebration given for the purpose of taking LSD; a party at which LSD is added to food and drink ACID TEST 1967 US sl.
– a place to consume LSD in safety and seclusion ACID PAD 1960s US drug culture sl.
– a psychotic reaction to LSD FREAK-OUT Bk2006 US sl.
– a single dose of LSD AWAY-DAY BK2007 UK sl.
– a single experience with LSD DOSE 1967 US sl.
– a sugar cube impregnated with LSD CUBE Bk2006 US sl.
– a tablet or capsule of LSD ACID CAP 1990s drug culture sl.
– a tablet or pill containing LSD TAB 1961 sl.
– a trip on LSD ACID TRIP 1967 US sl.
– a variety of LSD CHOCOLATE HEARTS 2001 sl.
– a variety of LSD DINOSAURS 2003 UK sl.
– a variety of LSD FUNKY YELLOW 1996 UK sl.
– a variety of LSD LAUGHING BUDDHA 1996 UK sl.
– a variety of LSD identified by a design based on the 1969 film ‘Easy Rider’ EASY RIDER 2004 UK sl.
– a variety of LSD identified by the printed bat-logo BATMAN 1996 UK sl.
– LSD A 1960s US sl.
– LSD ACID 1965 US sl.
– LSD ACIDO 1971 US sl.
– LSD ALICE 1972 UK sl.
– LSD ANGELS IN A SKY 2003 UK sl.
– LSD ANIMAL 1970s sl.
– LSD ARTICHOKE 2001 US drug culture sl.
– LSD BATTERY ACID 1998 UK sl.
– LSD BEAST M20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD BIG D 20C drug culture sl.
– LSD BLACK ACID 1970 US sl.
– LSD BLUE VIALS 1980s drug culture sl.
– LSD CALIFORNIA SUNRISE 1998 UK sl.
– LSD CALIFORNIA SUNSHINE 1977 drug culture sl.
– LSD CANDY E20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD CHIEF 1960s drug culture sl.
– LSD CHOCOLATE CHIPS M20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD CLEAR LIGHT M20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD CRACKERS 1960s drug culture sl.
– LSD 1960s drug culture sl.
– LSD DEEDA 1967 US sl.
– LSD DOMES 1970s drug culture sl.
– LSD FLATS M20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD GOLDEN DRAGON 1998 UK sl.
– LSD GOLFBALLS 2003 UK sl.
– LSD HAZE 1994 US drug culture sl.
– LSD HEAVENLY BLUE M20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD INSTANT ZEN M20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD L 1969 Brit. sl.
– LSD LASON SA DAGA 1977 US drug culture sl.
– LSD LEARY’S 2003 UK sl.
– LSD MICRODOTS M20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD MIGHTY QUINN 1975 US drug culture sl.
– LSD MOTHER OF GOD 2003 UK sl.
– LSD NEWSPAPERS 2003 UK sl.
– LSD ORANGE MUSHROOMS M20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD ORANGE SUNSHINE M20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD ORANGE WEDGES M20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD OWSLEY M20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD PHOENIX 2003 UK sl.
– LSD RAINBOW 1960s US drug culture sl.
– LSD ROYAL BLUE M20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD SACRAMENT 1960s drug culture sl.
– LSD SANDOZ;  SANDOZ’S 1967 US sl.
– LSD SMEARS Bk1998 drug culture sl.
– LSD SNOWMEN 2003 UK sl.
– LSD STRAWBERRY FIELDS M20 drug culture sl.
– LSD SUGAR LUMP M20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD SUNSHINE Bk1971 US students’ sl.
– LSD TAIL LIGHTS 1998 UK sl.
– LSD THE HAWK M20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD TWENTY-FIVE 1966 sl.
– LSD UNCLE SID 2003 UK sl.
– LSD VALLEY DOLLS 2003 UK sl.
– LSD VODKA ACID 2003 UK sl.
– LSD WINDOW PANE M20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD YELLOW M20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD YELLOW SUNSHINE 1960s sl.
– LSD ZEN M20 US drug culture sl.
– LSD; also LSD mixed with methedrine PURPLE HAZE 1967 sl.
– LSD; also LSD mixed with methedrine PURPLE 1968 sl.
– LSD combined with another drug QUICKSILVER 1970s drug culture sl.
– LSD cut with strychnine BACKBREAKER 1980s drug culture sl.
– LSD enhanced with botanical drugs from plants such as Deadly Nightshade or Jimsonweed DEATH TRIP 1970 US sl.
– LSD enhanced with botanical drugs from plants such as Deadly Nightshade or Jimsonweed GREEN DRAGON 1970 US sl.
– LSD enhanced with botanical drugs from plants, such as deadly nightshade or jimsonweed  WITCH’S BREW 1970 US drug culture sl.
– LSD, esp. that which has been dropped onto blotting-paper PAPER MUSHROOMS 1980s drug culture sl.
– LSD, esp. when dropped onto a square of blotting-paper, or when combined with another drug PAPER ACID 1960s drug culture sl.
– LSD, or LSD mixed with other drugs, such as Methedrine™ WHITE LIGHTNING 1972 US drug culture sl.
– LSD, put into the mouth in the manner that some people employ to ‘clean’ contact lenses before inserting them into the eyes CONTACT LENS M20 US sl.
– LSD soaked in paper BLOTTER ACID Bk1971 US students’ sl.
– LSD taken on a lump of sugar SUGAR 1950s sl.
– sequences of repeating after-images trailing a moving object experienced while  under the influence of LSD TRAILS 1999 US drug culture sl.
– tablets of LSD BARRELS 1971 drug culture sl.
– the sensation while under the influence of LSD of having an oily face ACID MUNG 1971 US drug culture sl.


DRUGS, LSD NOUNS, PERSON
– a habitual user of LSD ACID FREAK 1966 US sl.
– a habitual user of LSD ACIDHEAD 1966 US sl.
– a habitual user of LSD A-HEAD 1971 US sl.
– a habitual user of LSD who is frequently under its influence ACID-DROPPER 1960s US drug culture sl.
– a person who introduces another to a first LSD experience GATEKEEPER 1967 US sl.
– a person who takes extra-large doses of LSD ACID RAPPER 1968 drug culture sl.
– a seller of LSD HAWK Bk1971 US drug culture sl.
– a user of LSD GECK a2000 sl.
– a user of LSD HAWK Bk1971 US drug culture sl.
– a user of LSD MIND-BENDER Bk1992 drug culture sl.
– a user of LSD MIND-BLOWER Bk1992 drug culture sl.
– a user of LSD MIND-EXPLORER Bk1971 drug culture sl.
– a user of LSD MIND-OPENER Bk1971 drug culture sl.
– a user of LSD MIND-SPACER Bk1992 drug culture sl.
– a user of LSD MIND-TRIPPER Bk1992 drug culture sl. 


DRUGS, LSD VERBS
– to create or enhance an atmosphere suggestive of hallucinations induced by LSD in (a room); to make psychedelic ACID TEST 1970 Amer. sl.
– to dwindle, diminish and vanish; said of the effects of LSD COME HOME 1997 US sl.
– to experience the effect of LSD BLOW ONE’S MIND 1965 sl., orig. US
– to ingest LSD, to swallow EAT 1970 US sl.
– to lose sanity while under the influence of LSD FREAK OUT 1967 US sl.
– to take LSD FRENCH FRY ONE’S BRAINS Bk1971 US students’ sl.
– to take LSD FRY 1980s US teen sl.


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