Reverse Dictionary: DRUGS – NOUNS, PERSON


DRUGS, GENERAL – NOUNS, PERSON
– a doctor or an addict who writes illegal prescriptions for drug users AUTHOR 1980s US sl.
– a Drug Addict A.D 1938 US drug culture sl.
– a Drug Addict ADD 1938 US drug culture sl. 
– a drug addict ATTIC 1992 US sl.
– a drug addict BANGSTER 1929 US drug culture sl.
– a drug addict BEDBUG 2000 drug culture sl.
– a drug addict BINDLE MAN 1922 criminals’ sl.
– a drug addict BINDLE PUSHER 1922 criminals’ sl.
– a drug addict BINDLE SHOVER 1922 criminals’ sl.
– a drug addict BINDLE STIFF 1922 criminals’ sl.
– a drug addict CARPET WALKER 1971 US sl.
– a drug addict D.A. 1946 US sl. 
– a drug addict DIP 20C US sl.
– a drug addict DOPE 1899 US sl.
– a drug addict DOPE ADDICT 1930 sl.
– a drug addict DOPE FIEND 1890 sl.
– a drug addict DOPEHEAD 1901 sl.
– a drug addict DOPENIK M20 US sl.
– a drug addict DOPER 1910 sl.
– a drug addict DOPESTER 1938 sl.
– a drug addict DRUGGER 1941 sl.
– a drug addict DRUGGIE;  DRUGGY 1966 sl., orig. US
– a drug addict GARGOYLE 1930s drug addicts’ sl. 
– a drug addict GEARHEAD 2011 UK drug culture sl.
– a drug addict GOWHEAD 1936 US drug culture sl.
– a drug addict HABITUAL 1925 criminals’ sl.
– a drug addict HARD CASE Bk1988 Aust. sl.
– a drug addict HARD-CORE USER Bk1992 drug addicts’ sl. 
– a drug addict HEAD 1856 colloq.
– a drug addict HEADPIECE Bk1992 criminals’ sl.
– a drug addict HITS UP Bk1992 drug addicts’ sl.
– a drug addict HOPHEAD 1911 US sl.
– a drug addict HYP;  HYPE 1924 sl., orig. US
– a drug addict HYPO 1904 sl., orig. US
– a drug addict JUNKER 1922 US sl.
– a drug addict JUNKIE 1923 sl., orig. US
– a drug addict JUNKO 1970s US sl.
– a drug addict MOJO Bk1992 drug addicts’ sl.
– a drug addict MOOCH 1949 US drug culture sl.
– a drug addict MOOCHER 1950 drug culture sl.
– a drug addict NARCOTIST 1860
– a drug addict NEEDLE 1930s drug culture sl.
– a drug addict PASTY FACE 1925 US drug culture sl. 
– a drug addict SPEED-FREAK M20 US drug culture sl.
– a drug addict; a person addicted to opium or an opiate drug FIEND 1881 sl.
– a drug addict; a person who is addicted to pills or takes a lot of pills PILLHEAD 1961 colloq.
– a drug addict, esp. one who is addicted to injecting drugs NEEDLE MAN 1925 US sl.
– a drug addict, esp. one who takes heroin SCHMECKER;  SHMECKER 1953 US sl.
– a drug addict full of narcotics BENDIN Bk1945 criminals’ sl.
– a drug addict in need of money searching for valuables by looking in car windows WINDOW-WATCHER 1980s drug addicts’ sl.
– a drug addict reduced by the circumstances of addiction to living in the streets or, at best, using inferior drugs GUTTER HYPE 1920s US sl.
– a drug addict reduced by the circumstances of addiction to living in the streets or, at best, using inferior drugs GUTTER JUNKIE 1920s US sl.
– a drug addict who circulates around a drug-selling area, making inquiries of pushers, in order to select the best heroin GLOBETROTTER Bk1969 drug culture sl.
– a drug addict who does not socialize with others users DICK SMITH 1876 US sl.
– a drug addict who injects narcotics BANGSTER 1918 drug addicts’ sl.
– a drug addict who injects narcotics directly into a vein; one who shoots drugs ARTILLERY MAN M20 US drug culture sl.
– a drug addict who injects narcotics into the vein MAINLINE 1930s sl., orig. US drug culture usage
– a drug addict who injects narcotics into the vein MAINLINER 1934 sl., orig. US drug culture usage
– a drug addict who injects narcotics into the vein MAINLINE SHOOTER 1930s sl., orig. US drug culture usage
– a drug addict who is desperate for supplies PANIC MAN 1910s drug culture sl.
– a drug addict (who is unable to ‘kick the habit’) MONKEY 1971 US drug culture sl.
– a drug addict who preys on fellow addicts for money or drugs BACK-DOOR ARTIST 1940s African-American & drug culture sl.
– a drug addict who relies on the kindness of other addicts for small amounts of drugs CREEP 1971 US sl.
– a drug addict who robs to support his habit BEAT ARTIST 1973 drug addicts’ sl.
– a drug addict who specializes in cheating other addicts BACKDOOR ARTIST Bk1970 US drug culture sl.
– a drug addict who steals from other addicts TAKEOFF ARTIST Bk1992 drug addicts’ sl
– a drug addict who takes any drug that is available GEEZY ADDICT Bk1975 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a drug addict who uses a hypodermic needle LIGHT ARTILLERY 1930 US drug culture sl.
– a drug addict who volunteers themself for a cure, taken in prison or a similar institution SELF-STARTER 1930s US drug culture sl.
– a drug addict with a very high intake of narcotics OIL-BURNER 1930s US drug culture sl.
– a drug dealer BAG DUDE 1974 African-American sl.
– a drug dealer BINDLE MAN 1922 criminals’ sl.
– a drug dealer BINDLE PUSHER 1922 criminals’ sl.
– a drug dealer BINDLE SHOVER 1922 criminals’ sl.
– a drug dealer BINDLE STIFF 1922 criminals’ sl.
– a drug dealer BLOTTER 1990s Black British sl.
– a drug dealer D-BOY 1990s African-American teen sl.
– a drug dealer HEAD DOCTOR 2000 drug culture sl.
– a drug dealer ICE-CREAM MAN 1952 drug culture sl.
– a drug dealer MAGGOT 1980s US police usage
– a drug dealer MOOC PUSHER 1950 drug culture sl.
– a drug dealer PASSER 1952 US sl.
– a drug dealer TAMBOURINE MAN 1971 US drug culture sl. 
– a drug dealer VENDEDOR 1960s drug traffic sl., Spanish
– a drug dealer high up in the distribution chain DRUG LORD Bk2006 US sl.
– a drug dealer, presumably in white powders OLD LADY WHITE 1900s sl.
– a drug dealer’s most trustworthy friend or lover MAINSTAY 1980s US drug culture sl.
– a drug dealer who becomes addicted and continues to deal in order to fund the habit SHUNTER 2000 UK sl.
– a drug dealer who buys drugs from distributors and sells it to smaller dealers BIG-TIME DEALER Bk1992 Mafia-syndicate usage
– a drug dealer who cheats his customers, usually with bogus or counterfeit drugs BEAT ARTIST 1985 drug addicts’ sl.
– a drug dealer who is desperate for supplies PANIC MAN 1910s drug culture sl.
– a drug dealer who is looking for money PAPER CHASER 2000s African-American sl.
– a drug dealer who sells pills in large quantities BOTTLE DEALER 1971 US sl.
– a drug dealer who spends money freely and ostentatiously BALLA;  BALLER 1990 sl., orig. & chiefly African-American usage
– a drug dealer who uses a pager, cellular phone, or other communications equipment to arrange deals BEEPER BOY 1996 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a drug distributor, the man between the peddler and the ‘big man’ BIG-SHOT CONNECTION 1942 drug addicts’ sl.
– a drug peddler MISSIONARY M20 US sl.
– a drug pusher BINGLE 1950 US drug culture sl.
– a drug pusher DOPER 1910 sl.
– a drug pusher GOOD TIME MAN Bk1971 US sl.
– a drug pusher HUSTLER 1996 UK drug culture sl.
– a drug seller BINGLER Bk1988 drug culture sl.
– a drug seller HERBALIST 1999 Black British sl.
– a drug seller MADHATTER 1990s US teen sl.
– a drug seller MOTHER 1969 sl.
– a drug seller WATERMELON MAN 1970s African-American euphemism
– a drug seller; a person who can get drugs CONNECTION 1925 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a drug seller of drugs in pill form BEAN MAN 1972 US drug culture sl.
– a drug seller of illicit drugs, esp. in capsule form CANDYMAN 1969 US drug culture sl.
– a drug seller, often in his wholesale role, as opposed to the less important ‘pusher’ DEAL 1920s drug culture sl.
– a drug seller, often in his wholesale role, as opposed to the less important ‘pusher’ DEALER 1920s drug culture sl.
– a drug seller or transporter CARRIER Bk2006 US sl.
– a drug seller, usually in his ‘small-time’ role as opposed to a wholesale dealer PUSHERMAN 1920s drug culture sl.
– a drug smuggler BINGLE BIFF 1930s drug trafficking sl.
– a drug smuggler who swallows carefully wrapped drugs to take them through customs SWALLOWER 1980s drug culture sl.
– a drug supplier CONNEXION 1927 sl., orig. US
– a drug supplier HIPE 1952 Amer. drug addicts’ sl.
– a drug supplier JUNKER 1930 US sl.
– a drug supplier SUPERFLY 1973 US sl.
– a drug supplier SWING MAN 1972 sl.
– a drug supplier of addictive drugs PUSHER 1935 sl., orig. US
– a drug trafficker RUNNER 1930 sl., chiefly US
– a drug user DOPE 1899 US sl.
– a drug user DOPER Bk1970 US drug culture sl.
– a drug user DOPESTER 1938 sl.
– a drug user DUSTIE 1950s US drug culture sl.
– a drug user FIEND 1881 sl.
– a drug user GOOFER M20 US drug culture sl.
– a drug user HAMMERHEAD Bk1995 Amer. sl.
– a drug user HEAD 1856 colloq.
– a drug user HEAVY MAN Bk1992 drug addicts’ sl.
– a drug user HIP 1953 US drug culture sl.
– a drug user HITTER 1903 US sl.
– a drug user SLEIGH-RIDER 1915 US sl.
– a drug user SPEED-FREAK M20 US drug culture sl.
– a drug user in the first stages of withdrawal GAPPER 1938 US drug culture sl.
– a drug user who abuses many different drugs ALL STAR 1992 US sl,
– a drug user who does not inject the drug into a vein SKIN POPPER 1953 US sl.
– a drug user who does not socialize with others users DICK SMITH 1876 US sl.
– a drug user who injects drugs JABBER 1973 US sl. 
– a drug user who is forced to resort to an improvised syringe SAFETY PIN MECHANIC 1959 US drug culture sl.
– a drug user who refuses to reveal their sources to the police CHAMP 1960s drug culture sl.
– a drug user who thinks he’s got all the answers THE HIGH AND HIPPY Bk1972 homosexual sl.
– a drug user who will consume anything on offer, irrespective of quality, purity, etc. GARBAGE FREAK 1969 US drug culture sl.
– a drug user who will consume anything on offer, irrespective of quality, purity, etc. GARBAGE HEAD 1969 US drug culture sl.
– a drug vendor, a doctor that illegally sells drugs ICE-TONG DOCTOR 1934 US drug culture sl. 
– a drug wholesaler HANDLER 1957 US drug culture sl.
– a drug wholesaler who supplies neighbourhood pushers BIG MAN 1919 drug culture sl. 
– a drug wholesaler who supplies neighbourhood pushers BIG SUPPLIER Bk1988 drug addicts’ sl.
– a female drug addict BINDLE KATE 1959 US drug culture sl.
– a freelance chemist, often a student, who uses whatever knowledge he has to manufacture illegal drugs BIKE CHEMIST Bk1992 drug culture sl.
– a go-between in a drug deal, or in any illegal transaction BROKER 1930s drug culture sl.
– a habitual drug user FREAKO 1963 US sl.
– a habitual drug user FREAKY 1969 UK sl.
– a habitual drug user GEEKER 2001 US sl.
– a habitual drug user LOADIE 1979 US college sl.
– a habitual drug user ZONE 1980s US drug culture sl.
– a habitual drug user ZONER 1980s US drug culture sl.
– a habitual drug user of opium, heroin, marijuana or the like GOWSTER 1936 US criminals’ sl.
– a habitual drug user; usually suffixed to a defining drug FREAK 1967 US sl. 
– a habitual drug user who ingests drugs by nasal inhalation SNOOTER 1996 UK sl.
– a hard drugs user FAST LANER 1990s US college sl.
– a hardened drug addict VEIN SHOOTER 1936 US drug culture sl. 
– a heavily intoxicated drug user MONKEY MEAT 1959 US drug culture sl.
– a heavy drug user BROKER 2000s drug culture sl.
– a heavy drug user ZOMBIE Bk2006 Amer. drug culture sl. 
– a heavy user of drugs, esp. cannabis or hallucinogens, who is continually ‘flying’ CADET 1970s drug culture sl.
– a heavy user of drugs, esp. cannabis or hallucinogens, who is continually ‘flying’ SPACE CADET 1978 drug culture sl.
– a heavy user of drugs, esp. cannabis or hallucinogens, who is continually ‘flying’ SPACE CADETTE 1978 drug culture sl.
– a heavy user of drugs, esp. cannabis or hallucinogens, who is continually ‘flying’ SPACE COWBOY 1994 UK drug culture sl.
– a high-volume drug distributor BIG CONNECTION Bk1992 drug addicts’ sl.
– a hobo who is a drug addict BINDLE BUM 1959 drug addicts’ sl.
– a homosexual who is a heavy user of amyl nitrite or butyl nitrite during sex SNIFF QUEEN 1972 US sl.
– a human carrier of illegal narcotics in bulk YAK 1990 sl.
– a large-scale drug dealer FATHER 1960s US drug culture sl.
– a major drug dealer BARNES MAN Bk2002 criminals’ sl.
– a major drug dealer THE MAN 1940s sl., orig. US
– a major drug dealer, i.e. one who has ‘the bag’ BAGMAN 1960 sl.
– an abuser of industrial solvents for their psychoactive effects GAS-HEAD 1996 UK sl.
– a neighbourhood celebrity who is a drug dealer GHETTO STAR Bk2002 criminals’ sl.
– a new drug user BABY Bk1992 drug addicts’ sl. 
– a new drug user CADET 1949 US sl.
– a newly addicted drug addict CONVERT 1949 US sl.
– an important drug peddler BIG FISH 1886 criminals’ sl. 
– an inexperienced user of illegal drugs, esp. one who takes small or occasional doses STUDENT 1936 sl., orig. US
– an intravenous drug user GEEZER 1968 US sl.
– an intravenous drug user POPPER 1930s drug culture sl.
– an occasional user of illegal drugs JOY-POPPER 1936 sl., orig. US
– a non-addict QUALITY JOE 1959 US drug culture sl.
– a non-addict SIMPLE SIMON 1950s drug culture sl.
– a non-addict SQUARE JOHN 1920 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a non-drug user LAME 1968 US drug culture sl.
– an outsider BALDHEAD Bk1994 drug culture sl. 
– a novice drug user FRESHMAN 1950s US drug sl.
– a person addicted to depressant drugs, esp. barbiturates DOWN FREAK 1980 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a person addicted to depressant drugs, esp. barbiturates DOWN HEAD 1973 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a person addicted to the injection of narcotics ARTILLERY 1915 US drug culture sl. 
– a person desperate for drugs GAPPER 1938 US drug culture sl.
– a person employed as a courier to smuggle illegal drugs into a country and often to pass them on to a buyer MULE 1935 sl., orig. US
– a person having an uncontrollable craving for narcotics NARCOMANIAC 1888
– a person hired to inject drugs into a helpless drug addict HIT MAN 1980s drug addict’s sl.
– a person just starting to use drugs SPRUNG Bk1998 drug culture sl.
– a person suffering drug withdrawal symptoms SICK 1951 US sl.
– a person who abuses drugs ABUSER 1847
– a person who abuses drugs in pill form BEANHEAD 1970s drug addicts’ sl.
– a person who aids and supports someone having a psychedelic drug experience GURU 1960s US drug culture sl.
– a person who aids and supports someone having a psychedelic drug experience or ‘trip’ TOUR GUIDE 1960s US drug culture sl.
– a person who becomes comatose immediately following a narcotic injection NODDER 1970s drug culture sl.
– a person who does not sell drugs but guides or steers potential buyers to places where they are sold STEERER Bk1998 drug culture sl.
– a person who does not use drugs APPLE 1980s sl.
– a person who does not use drugs DO-RIGHTER 1970 US sl.
– a person who experiences hallucinatory effects of a drug TRIPPER 1966 sl.
– a person who fills capsules with a drug in a drug-selling enterprise CAPPER 1958 US sl.
– a person who has abandoned drug use QUITTER 1950s drug culture sl.
– a person who has been bribed, paid, or duped into delivering illicit drugs HORSE 1966 US drug culture sl.
– a person who has taken an overdose O.D. 1950s drug culture sl.
– a person who hides drugs temporarily during importation from one country or area to another BABYSITTER 1980s US drug culture sl.
– a person who imports drugs MOVER 1995 US drug culture sl.
– a person who indulges in occasional drug-taking, esp. at weekends WEEKENDER 1955 sl., orig. US
– a person who inhales drugs or chemicals SNIFFER 1920s US drug culture sl.
– a person who inhales glue or any volatile solvent for the intoxicating effect GLUEHEAD 1970 US sl.
– a person who inhales glue or any volatile solvent for the intoxicating effect GLUEY 1967 US sl. 
– a person who inhales the fumes of plastic cement for their narcotic effects GLUE-SNIFFER 1963
– a person who injects drugs through veins in his elbow VEIN SHOOTER 1925 drug addicts’ sl.
– a person who injects narcotics BANGER 1950s sl.
– a person who injects narcotics NEEDLE-PUSHER 1929 Amer. sl.
– a person who is addicted to drugs other than marijuana STRAIGHT SHOOTER Bk1970 US sl.
– a person who is addicted to using hard drugs ZUNKED Bk1992 drug culture sl. 
– a person who is habitually under the influence of drugs or alcohol STONER 1971 sl., orig. US
– a person who is intoxicated on drugs SPACEMAN 1962 Aust. prison & US sl.
– a person who is not a drug addict STRAIGHT 1967 sl., orig. US
– a person who is ruined by drugs BURNOUT Bk1990 Amer. sl.
– a person who is so intoxicated by drugs that they cannot walk straight WALL-BANGER 1960s US teen & drug culture sl.
– a person who is under the influence of drugs GLASS-EYES 1949 drug addicts’ sl.
– a person who is under the influence of drugs GLASSY EYES 1920 drug addicts’ sl.
– a person who organizes, pays, and supervises a drug courier or ‘mule’ MULE-SKINNER 1980s drug culture sl.
– a person who runs errands for drug sellers AIREDALE 1940s US criminals’ sl.
– a person who sells drugs with the aim of getting someone strung out HEAVYWEIGHT JONES Bk1971 US drug culture sl.
– a person who serves as a lookout for the police SPOTTER 1980s African-American drug culture sl.
– a person who smokes marijuana or other drugs SMOKER 20C sl.
– a person who smuggles drugs into a prison CABALLO 1992 US sl.
– a person who sniffs glue, usually a teenager GLUER 1982 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a person who takes drugs for 15-20 or more years LIFER 1970 Amer. sl.
– a person who takes drugs in pill form POPPER 1936 drug culture sl.
– a person who takes drugs obsessively RASTA 2000s African-American sl.
– a person who takes drugs orally MOUTH-WORKER 1957 US drug culture sl.
– a person who takes drugs to excess ZONKER 1975 sl.
– a person who takes hard drugs, i.e. cocaine, morphine, LSD, heroin, etc. USER 1935 US drug culture sl.
– a person who takes multiple drugs for concurrent disorders; also, one who prescribes such a course of action POLYPHARMACIST 1886
– a person who takes psychedelic narcotics TRIPPER 1960s US drug culture sl.
– a person who uses drugs for the resulting effect upon his states of consciousness MIND TRIPPER Bk1971 US drug culture sl.
– a person who uses drugs moderately CHIPPY-USER 1924 Amer. drug culture sl.
– a person who uses drugs to excess TOXIC WASTE DUMP 1980s US college sl.
– a person who uses strong drugs only occasionally CHIPPIE;  CHIPPY 1924 US drug culture sl.
– a person who weighs and measures out portions of a drug SCALE BOY 1990s drug culture sl.
– a person who will try any drug CABBAGEHEAD 2000s US drug culture sl.
– a person whose brain is deemed to have suffered from an excess of hallucinogens ACID CASUALTY 1971 sl. 
– a person whose mental capacity has been diminished by extended drug or alcohol use BURNOUT 1973 US sl.
– a potential drug addict; a person, esp. a youth, living in a neighbourhood or having psychological problems which, or associated with friends who, may lead him to become a drug addict BAIT Bk1975 Amer. sl.
– a retail-level drug dealer JUGGLER 1969 US sl.
– a rich ghetto drug dealer, as used by the Los Angeles gang, the Crips HIGH-ROLLER 1975 sl.
– a small-time drug seller; a drug runner COURIER Bk2006 US drug culture sl.
– a small-volume drug pusher, because of the plastic bags they commonly use, or the bag of drugs itself BAGGY 1960s drug trafficking sl.
– a user or addict of any powdered drug SNOWBIRD 1931 US drug culture sl.
– a very low-level drug user GUTTER HYP 1920s drug culture sl.
– a very poor drug addict who has trouble supporting his habit BIRDCAGE HYPE 1936 drug addicts’ sl. 
– a withdrawing drug user who throws a fake fit, in order to convince a doctor of the need for a supply of drugs WING-DINGER 1930s sl.
– a woman who is a small-volume drug pusher BAGLADY 1975 drug trafficking sl. 
– a woman who is a small-volume drug pusher BAG WOMAN 1975 drug trafficking sl.
– a woman who performs sex with men for drugs, or for money to buy drugs HEAD HUNTER Bk2000 African-American sl.
– a woman who trades sex for crack cocaine or money to buy the drug RASPBERRY 1980s drug culture sl.
– a woman who trades sex for drugs BAG HO 2005 sl.
– a young Black man who deals drugs on the street YO 1991 US sl.
– drug addicts DAGGA SMOKERS Bk1968 US students’ sl.
– non-addicts QUALITY FOLKS 1959 US drug culture sl.
– teenagers who use prescription painkillers, mainly Vicodin and OxyContin, to get high GENERATION Rx Bk2006 Amer. drug culture sl.
– those who rob drug dealers STICKUP BOYS Bk1998 drug culture sl.


DRUGS, GENERAL – NOUNS, PERSON, OTHER
– a federal narcotics agent SAM 1971 US sl.
– a federal narcotics agent WISHER Bk1971 US drug culture sl.
– a member of a federal, state, or local drug squad NARC;  NARK 1967 US sl.
– a member of a federal, state, or local drug squad NARCO 1967 US sl.


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