- na user of illicit drugs. The term has been used by disapproving commentators such as concerned parents, teachers, etc. since the mid-1960s, when beatniks were the culprits.
Contemporary slang . 2014.
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druggy — informal ► ADJECTIVE ▪ caused by or involving drugs. ► NOUN (also druggie) (pl. druggies) ▪ a drug addict … English terms dictionary
druggy — ☆ druggy [drug′ē ] adj. druggier, druggiest Slang 1. addicted to or under the influence of drugs 2. of or like one in a drugged state n. pl. druggies Slang DRUGGIE … English World dictionary
druggy — druggy1 /drug ee/, n., pl. druggies. druggie. [1970 75; DRUG + Y2] druggy2 /drug ee/, adj., druggier, druggiest. affected by a drug, esp. a narcotic or illicit drug: playing to a druggy audience. [DRUG + Y1] * * * … Universalium
druggy — I. noun see druggie II. adjective see drug I … New Collegiate Dictionary
druggy — 1. noun A drug addict or abuser. 2. adjective Acting as if on drugs; torpid, uncoordinated, etc … Wiktionary
druggy — see druggie … English dictionary
druggy — adj. of or pertaining to drugs; of or pertaining to drug users or drug addicts; caused by drugs n. person who uses unlawful drugs, user of illegal drugs; drug addict … English contemporary dictionary
druggy — informal adjective (druggier, druggiest) caused by or involving illegal drugs. noun (also druggie) (plural druggies) a drug addict … English new terms dictionary
druggy — drug·gy … English syllables
druggy — I drug•gy [[t]ˈdrʌg i[/t]] n. pl. gies druggie • Etymology: 1970–75 II drug•gy [[t]ˈdrʌg i[/t]] adj. gi•er, gi•est pha affected by a drug; narcotized … From formal English to slang