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  • adj. comparative form of druggy: more druggy

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Examples

  • And in fact, as the years, in the last few years, his music has kind of gotten weirder and weirder, a little hazier, a little druggier.

    Lil Wayne's Very, Very Good Year

  • Move into his druggier works like this one and he begins to get lost completely.

    EP Review: A Scanner Darkly

  • Over the past few years, it's enabled him to approximate Prince's kinky wailing on the indescribable, T-Pain-assisted "Prostitute II," to jump on a rock song like Fall Out Boy's "Tiffany Blews," to give his voice a quavering lover-man vibrato on his own "Single," and to render countless slurry drug songs even druggier the way psychedelic rockers of old used reverb and tape delay.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The theme has long found favour with the more paranoid, druggier corner of the sci-fi world.

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

  • The follow-ups, the even-druggier "Nearly God" and the excellent follow-up "Pre-Millennium Tension," were nearly as good.

    Austin360 - XL Headlines

  • Siltbreeze over the summer, and have a sound that is as anachronistically inspired as Thee Oh Sees, but is dirtier, druggier, and more sprawling.

    We Shot J.R.- Dallas/Denton Music Blog

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