- n. Plural form of hallucinogen.
“I started experimenting with drugs, namely hallucinogens and pot.”
“She also described the use of natural hallucinogens which is legal for some tribes.”
“A Colorado Springs resident believed to be on hallucinogens claimed divine status as he attacked police officers early Thursday morning.”
“Such liberation was achieved either by means of sensory deprivation (such as darkness, dope, and tranquilizers), or, creepily, by using hallucinogens.”
“The title track from his new disc an acronym for the military term "Kiss My expletive Guys, You're On Your Own" is a honky-tonk tall tale involving hallucinogens, space travel and the Taliban.”
“Where the old-style shaman used trance states and hallucinogens to shift perspective, the shamans of our brave new world can peer through a lens and, with a twist of the wrist, see first inside a cell and then the spiral of a galaxy.”
“We will all need to support them as they finally leave behind their hallucinogens.”
“But she never really dabbled in hallucinogens -- until two years ago, at the age of 59.”
“Or those who believe that some sweaty bopping in a Smiley T-shirt to "Ebeneezer Goode" in the 1990s makes them an oracle on the current bewildering array of MDMA-derivatives, hallucinogens, and unregulated legal highs.”
“As much as it would be nice to believe that heroin, cocaine, crack, amphetamines, crystal meth and hallucinogenic drugs have never entered the hallowed halls of Georgetown, a government survey indicates that 6.5 percent of college students use amphetamines, 7.5 percent use hallucinogens and 3.7 percent use cocaine.”
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