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- adj. Drugged.
- adj. Describing a semiconductor that has had small amounts of elements added to create charge carriers.
- adj. Covered with dope, a glue or paint like pore filler.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dope.
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- adj. treated or impregnated with a foreign substance
- adj. under the influence of narcotics
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Anonymous said ... what's the difference between a pile of crap and the yankees you can wipe the crap off your shoe and the stink goes away ...... nothing but steriods! anyone can win doped up!
But perhaps you've been wondering of late, who the hell is this guy the New York Times calls doped-up toddlers, he's a star who first broke out on YouTube, where his parents began posting videos of the talented singer and musician when he was just
Canadian IOC member Dick Pound calls doped athletes 'sociopathic cheatsÂ'
She was kind of doped up, kind of out of it on muscle relaxers.
Robin gets graphically shot in the arm with a dart, Batman enters an "Adults Only" nightclub (where he performs the Batusi later reprised by Uma Thurman and John Travolta in PULP FICTION -- Holy Trivia Question!) and gets "doped," and Jill St. John as Molly (probably the best of the show's many "moll" characters) actually meets her death in the Batcave, her demise unforgettably eulogized by West: "What a way to go-go!"
Professor Wallace's institute uses materials known as conducting polymers that are as flexible as plastic but have been "doped" with chemicals that change their atomic structure so that they conduct electricity.
It must also be "doped", which means that electrons are removed (through oxidation) or introduced (through reduction).
The appearance of all the apparently 'doped' horses after they had won the staring, rolling eyes and the heavy sweat was consistent with their having been in a state of terror.
Departments led Lord CREWE to express apprehension lest the country should be "doped" with new Ministries, to the detriment of the national health.
In a moment the heavily "doped" linen wings, with seasoned spruce spars, were a mass of hot flame.