from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A game resembling soccer but differing mainly in that a ball caught on the fly may be passed with the hands and points may be scored by a forward pass over the goal line.
- n. Slang An intravenous dose of cocaine mixed with heroin or an amphetamine.
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- n. A mix of heroin and cocaine.
- n. Coffee with espresso.
- n. A fastball.
- n. A competitive variant of paintball with an equal playing field, contrasted with woodsball.
Perez Hilton funked up on a speedball is more insightful than the smartest person at Politico.
And I kinda figured a speedball is what the troll is on.
Keeping up with Keef became a deadly game in the early 1970s, when heroin - usually mixed with cocaine and injected as a "speedball" - became Richards and his partner, Anita
How true it is, the only evidence of a speedball is a tiny pinhole of skin disturbed.
She starts to prepare something called a speedball, heroin mixed with cocaine.
This combination, known as a speedball, also killed Belushi and Farley.
In drugs parlance a speedball is a mixture of heroin and cocaine, made famous as the drug which killed 'Blues Brothers' star John Belushi.
Keeping up with Keef became a deadly game in the early 1970s, when heroin – usually mixed with cocaine and injected as a "speedball" – became Richards and his partner, Anita Pallenberg's, drug of choice.
Authorities found a fresh needle mark on the inside of his right elbow, an unused heroin cooker in the left pocket of his jeans, and a cocktail of heroin and cocaine — known colloquially as a "speedball" — in his veins.
Called "speedball," it boasts vivid jerseys, high-tech "markers" that can cost $1,500 and indoor fields arrayed with colorful inflatable bunkers.