from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang Heroin.
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- n. heroin
- n. A woman of loose morals.
- v. To destroy the data on a disk, either by corrupting the filesystem or by causing media damage.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. street names for heroin
Everyone was using words like 'scag' as if they'd been hanging about on the front line for years.
It’s called scag, it’s called horse, it’s called H, it’s called smack, it’s called this, it’s called that.
Suarez ran the kitchen sink, washing down the scag and chasing it with Drano.
Sometimes she looks like a scag, and sometimes not.
Then it's all right — it's not being a junkie — cause then you're a rich man and you can cop all the scag you want.
But this new group is dynamite; we're gonna make it and then I'll have a mountain of scag ...
Giving politicians an opportunity to spend money is like giving free scag to junkies.
Gracie said she would trade the groceries they gave her for heroin, the dirtiest street scag available.
Wet Wet Wet sponsored Clydbank perhaps during one of Marty Pellow's scag times.
It's always great to see a Hollywood star who doesn't subscribe to the knee-jerk liberalism that dominates his industry, but Woods comes off as paranoid as a heroin addict who's been off the scag for a couple of days.
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