Definitions

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  • adjective characteristic of a person not taking illegal drugs or of a place where no illegal drugs are used

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Examples

  • Courts have expressed concerns over long-term "drug-free zones" and "gun-free zones" in the District because of civil liberties concerns, so Alexander's effort might not fly.

    Peter Orvetti: "Prostitution-Free Zones" Can't Work

  • Courts have expressed concerns over long-term "drug-free zones" and "gun-free zones" in the District because of civil liberties concerns, so Alexander's effort might not fly.

    Peter Orvetti: "Prostitution-Free Zones" Can't Work

  • Last week, in going over my archived footage for this post, I found and posted a Phil Donahue Show clip from '89, in which he raves about how scandal - and drug-free all the Jacksons were and how Joseph and Katherine are to be praised.

    Brother's keeper

  • Also, you must be clean—meaning ass, balls and cock freshly washed; be drug-free—that includes weed, poppers and pills; and, please, PLEASE be disease free.

    Deep Throat Diva

  • In 2005, Healing Without Freud or Prozac set out a drug-free approach to treating stress, anxiety and depression.

    David Servan-Schreiber: 'He was not afraid of death'

  • When you consider all the other drug-free strategies for restful sleep, you'll find that the vast majority of techniques used to support sleep hygiene could be considered "alternative", such as:

    Dr. Michael J. Breus: Acupressure Can Improve Insomnia

  • Headings include, "Jennings 'and GLSEN's concept of' safe schools 'means special protections for privileged groups (especially homosexuals), rather than safety for all," and "Jennings 'own youthful drug use calls into question his suitability for promoting' drug-free schools. '"

    Family Values

  • When you consider all the other drug-free strategies for restful sleep, you'll find that the vast majority of techniques used to support sleep hygiene could be considered "alternative", such as:

    Dr. Michael J. Breus: Acupressure Can Improve Insomnia

  • A natural, drug-free birth was incredibly, weirdly important to me when I was pregnant — * before* I had the baby.

    A Good Birth | Her Bad Mother

  • When you consider all the other drug-free strategies for restful sleep, you'll find that the vast majority of techniques used to support sleep hygiene could be considered "alternative", such as:

    Dr. Michael J. Breus: Acupressure Can Improve Insomnia

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