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  • n. A druggist.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A druggist.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A druggist.
  • n. One who administers drugs; especially, a physician who doses to excess.


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drug +‎ -er


  • He's a drunk and a - you know has been and so forth - a drunk and a drugger ...

    CNN Transcript May 20, 2002

  • Joey had a record involving drugs, but no one recalled that he had ever been mean or violent; he was a lover and a drugger.

    Every Breath You Take

  • Oakwood is a drugger and mugger paradise, with the highest crime rate in West Los Angeles, and I was hoping to run into at least one police car.

    The Mozart Code

  • The drugger burst into laughter, causing heads to turn in the control room.


  • The drugger lit one of his few remaining dopesticks, ignoring Parquit's expression of disgust.


  • "You find some funny holes to crawl into, drugger," said Kitten.


  • If you send this once to him you must resolve to be sick howsoever, for he will never leave examining your water, till he has shaked it into a disease: [12] then follows a writ to his drugger in a strange tongue, which he understands, though he cannot conster.

    Microcosmography or, a Piece of the World Discovered; in Essays and Characters

  • This clerk was not a first-class drugger; he was just a student; but he knew where the headache powders were, so he got one for her; got his ten cents and started away.

    Continuous Vaudeville

  • I have got sick of that business, and I have dissolved with the drugger.

    Peck's Compendium of Fun

  • He had a sore throat and wanted something for it, and the boss drugger told me to put some tannin and chlorate of potash in a mortar and grind it, and I let Pa pound it with the mortar, and while he was pounding I dropped in a couple of drops of sulphuric acid, and it exploded and blowed Pa's hat clear across the store, and Pa was whiter than a sheet.

    Peck's Compendium of Fun


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