- v. Simple past tense and past participle of drug.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. under the influence of narcotics or hypnotic drugs.
- adj. under the influence of narcotics
“And onceWinston could not remember whether it was in drugged sleep, or in normal sleep, or even in a moment of wakefulnessa voice murmured in his ear: Dont worry, Winston; you are in my keeping.”
“Many states are confronting the problem as part of a broader effort to keep so-called drugged drivers, including those under the influence of marijuana and other illegal drugs, off the road.”
“Hiding a live monkey underneath your blouse and claiming to be pregnant may sound like an amateur attempt at smuggling but American Gypsy Lawson, 29, used that exact method to sneak a drugged rhesus monkey into the US in 2008.”
“But by omitting that almost all of television is in one way or another controlled by Berlusconi, whoever wrote the editorial for the magazine is carefully avoiding the larger issue: Berlusconi is responsible for having media - "drugged" a large portion of the Italian population.”
“But by omitting that almost all of television is in one way or another controlled by Berlusconi, whoever wrote the editorial for the magazine is carefully avoiding the larger issue: Berlusconi is responsible for having media-"drugged" a large portion of the Italian population.”
“Perhaps 'drugged' is what he is, since Mica voted NO on the bill!”
“Not just the children being "drugged", ask any 20 something what prescript they are taking.”
“But these reports have been twisted, predictably, into lurid headlines - even on this blog - of an Anna Nicole who was so "drugged" she "forgot" her son had died.”
“The collapse of financial markets always wakens the mind of those previously 'drugged'by government largesse paid for with our own money.”
“We need a woman to play someone who looks like she ` s, you know, kind of drugged up and out of it.”
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