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  • n. Plural form of hophead.


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  • None of us then could have imagined how many of those hotshots, those hopefuls, those has-beens, those hopheads would have a turn sitting at the big table, or in what sequence, or how many would find themselves pushed back to the bar before they were pushed out of the room.


  • Wall Street was apparently filled with hopheads who were crashing en masse and jeopardizing the stock market every day around two P.M.


  • Are you guys hopheads or does it just seem that way?

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  • No manner of problems in the labor market can condone—as a Washington Post headline I remember from the 1960s labeled them—“hopheads and hoodlums.”

    FAT and MEAN

  • Medina Court and Hicks Camp were full of winos and hopheads.

    My Dark Places

  • I stay in town sucking up to Vasquez, snitching hopheads to him to stay on his good side.

    White Jazz

  • They snitched off their supplier and fingered an upcoming rumble between The Slausons and Choppers in return for my promise of leniency; I called in the info to the squardroom and flagged down a black-and-white to haul the hopheads to the station.

    White Jazz

  • If two and three were hopheads, ex-cons or queers — forget it.

    The Big Nowhere

  • Not expecting visitors at that hour but aware the place was crawling with pimps, hookers, hopheads, and what have you, I picked up the .45 auto.


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