Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective under the influence of narcotics or hypnotic drugs.

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of drug.

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  • adjective under the influence of narcotics

Etymologies

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Examples

  • And onceWinston could not remember whether it was in drugged sleep, or in normal sleep, or even in a moment of wakefulnessa voice murmured in his ear: ‘Don’t worry, Winston; you are in my keeping.

    Nineteen Eighty-Four

  • Many states are confronting the problem as part of a broader effort to keep so-called drugged drivers, including those under the influence of marijuana and other illegal drugs, off the road.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Many states are confronting the problem as part of a broader effort to keep so-called drugged drivers, including those under the influence of marijuana and other illegal drugs, off the road.

    NYT > Global Home

  • Hiding a live monkey underneath your blouse and claiming to be pregnant may sound like an amateur attempt at smuggling but American Gypsy Lawson, 29, used that exact method to sneak a drugged rhesus monkey into the US in 2008.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Many states are confronting the problem as part of a broader effort to keep so-called drugged drivers, including those under the influence of marijuana and other illegal drugs, off the road.

    NYT > Home Page

  • But by omitting that almost all of television is in one way or another controlled by Berlusconi, whoever wrote the editorial for the magazine is carefully avoiding the larger issue: Berlusconi is responsible for having media - "drugged" a large portion of the Italian population.

    Nicola Orichuia: Catholic Weekly Bashes Italian Politics...18 Years Too Late

  • But by omitting that almost all of television is in one way or another controlled by Berlusconi, whoever wrote the editorial for the magazine is carefully avoiding the larger issue: Berlusconi is responsible for having media - "drugged" a large portion of the Italian population.

    Nicola Orichuia: Catholic Weekly Bashes Italian Politics...18 Years Too Late

  • But by omitting that almost all of television is in one way or another controlled by Berlusconi, whoever wrote the editorial for the magazine is carefully avoiding the larger issue: Berlusconi is responsible for having media - "drugged" a large portion of the Italian population.

    Nicola Orichuia: Catholic Weekly Bashes Italian Politics...18 Years Too Late

  • But by omitting that almost all of television is in one way or another controlled by Berlusconi, whoever wrote the editorial for the magazine is carefully avoiding the larger issue: Berlusconi is responsible for having media - "drugged" a large portion of the Italian population.

    Nicola Orichuia: Catholic Weekly Bashes Italian Politics...18 Years Too Late

  • But by omitting that almost all of television is in one way or another controlled by Berlusconi, whoever wrote the editorial for the magazine is carefully avoiding the larger issue: Berlusconi is responsible for having media - "drugged" a large portion of the Italian population.

    Nicola Orichuia: Catholic Weekly Bashes Italian Politics...18 Years Too Late

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