from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of or relating to drugs or drug use: "boozy, druggy confessions” ( Vincent Canby).
- n. Variant of druggie.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A drug addict or abuser.
- adj. Acting as if on drugs; torpid, uncoordinated, etc.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or relating to drugs.
- Being under the influence of a drug.
Any relationships that you have had in the past will be tarred as "druggy" -- and you will be told that your first love never really cared for you, that anything that happened while you were "using" was about drugs and nothing more.
They are actually from Los Angeles, aka the druggy, sunshiny antidote to the bankrupt realities of the rest of California, aka the hippest musical city in the country right now, and also the inspiration behind
It's like we're afraid to have action heroes who are heroes just to be heroes - everyone has to apologize for their past, or be some kind of druggy lunatic, or fight against people who are killing plants or stealing water to hurt the Earth-lovers.
I hear it has been very "druggy" in the past, or still is.
I was licking it like a "druggy" on an ABC After School Special when the doorbell rang.
What it finally came out as was that acid rock was the occasionally far-out experimental rock where both the performers and audience were a part of the drug scene, and the music resultingly "druggy", even if nobody happened to be stoned at the time.
On their latest album, In the Future, this song is a drawn-out jam that runs for nearly 17 minutes, and conjures the sorts of sounds that force reviewers to find new synonyms for 'druggy'.
I used to be so good about clipping syringe tips and filling those coffee cans and taping them shut with electrical tape, but the last few years have produced medical waste that doesn't look as "druggy" as the orange-capped syringes of my past diabetes life.
It's got a kind of druggy, hazy vibe that I quite enjoy.
AND, now we have to deal with the children of the druggy crowd of the Anti-War 60s. 2nd generation of drugged minds!