from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who uses performance enhancing substances for competitive gain, especially illegally.
- n. One who frequently uses recreational drugs; a druggie; a stoner.
- n. A person employed to apply dope solution during aircraft manufacture.
- adj. comparative form of dope: more dope
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as dopper, 2.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
When Armstrong heard hisses of "doper" while riding in France, he would present the Look
He staggered to his pickup to get away, where the attackers spotted O'Dwyer's diabetic syringes and called him a "doper," renewing the assault and demanding $50 for a tattoo, he testified.
I'm not sure if you missed the irony of one opiate addict calling another a "doper" or if you are just appreciating it … …?
Reporters and staff were mesmerized as the one-time Illinois Senator and notorious 'doper' went into the details of describing his single-handed capture of a famous alien known to millions as simply E.T. Obama described an action that supposedly occurred in 2002 when he was living in Chicago.
When Armstrong heard hisses of "doper" while riding in France, he would present the Look - wraparound shades and jutting jaw, as if to say, "Anybody want a piece of me?"
In an era of micro-doses and monitoring that gives the careful doper an out — tainted food! most tested ever! witch hunt!
Guess what old doper would play the part of the brain on drugs.
In his book, Tilin searches for a "doper next door," an average person who takes testosterone or human growth hormone to improve his or her everyday abilities.
The insurance companies carefully planted the seeds of dissent, and the moronic followers of beck and doper limbaugh are adding the fertilzer.
Obama, an indifferent student and doper at the time, has given us no evidence of an interest in anything besides “neocolonialism, Franz Fanon, Eurocentrism, and patriarchy.”