acid n: Lysergic acid diethylamide, a powerful hallucinogenic drug. Also called LSD.
alky, alkies n: An alcoholic.
barf v: Eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth.
tr. & intr.v barfed, barfing, barfs
bellyache n: A whining complaint.
benny, bennies n: An amphetamine tablet taken as a stimulant.
blast n: A highly exciting or pleasurable experience or event, such as a big party.
blind adj: Intoxicated; drunk.
blotto adj: Intoxicated; drunk.
blow n: Cocaine.
blow chunks: To vomit.
blunt n: A cigar rolled from a mixture of marijuana and tobacco.
1. a. Hard liquor. b. An alcoholic beverage.
2. A drinking spree.
boozed, boozing, boozes
To drink alcoholic beverages excessively or chronically.
bread n: Money.
1. An adverse reaction to a hallucinogenic drug.
2. One that depresses, frustrates, or disappoints: Getting stranded at the airport was a real bummer.
bummed v: To depress, dishearten, or dismay. Often used with out.
1. A state of pleasant intoxication, as from alcohol.
2. Excited interest or attention.
1. To calm down or relax. Often used with out.
2. To pass time idly; loiter. Often used with out.
3. To keep company; see socially. Often used with out.
coffin nail n: A cigarette.
cold turkey n:
1. Immediate, complete withdrawal from something on which one has become dependent, such as an addictive drug.
2. Blunt language or procedural method.
3. A cold fish.
1. To happen; occur: What's coming down tonight?
2. To experience diminishing effects of a recreational or hallucinogenic drug.
conk n :
1. The head.
2. A blow, espcially to the head.
v. conked, conking, conks
To hit, especially on the head.
To stop functioning; fail: The engine conked out on the final lap.
2. To fall asleep, especially suddenly or heavily: conked out on the couch watching television.
3. To pass out; faint.
4. To die.
crack n: Crack cocaine, a purified and potent form of cocaine that is smoked rather than snorted
crank n: Methamphetamine.
crocked adj: Intoxicated; drunk.
do n: To take (drugs) illegally: Do a line.
doobie n: A marijuana cigarette.
1. A depressant or sedative drug, such as a barbiturate or tranquilizer.
2. One that depresses, such as an experience or person.
1. One that is obnoxiously tiresome: The evening was a real drag.
2. A street or road: the town's main drag.
druggie n: One that takes or is addicted to drugs
ecstacy n: An hallucinogenic stimulant and selective serotonergic neurotoxin. It's chemical names are 3,4-Methylenedioxy Methamphetamine or MDMA hydrochloride.
fag n: A cigarette.
1. To rest idly; lounge.
2. To go to bed.
freak n: A drug user or addict: a speed freak.
freebie also freebee n: An article or service given free.
get off v: To feel great pleasure or gratification; to experience euphoria, for example, as a result of taking a drug.
1. A foolish, incompetent, or stupid person.
2. A barbiturate or tranquilizer pill, especially when taken for nonmedical purposes.
groovy adj: Very pleasing; wonderful.
head n: A habitual drug user. Often used in combination: a dopehead.
high adj: Intoxicated by or as if by alcohol or a drug, such as cocaine or marijuana.
honk n: The act of vomiting.
tr. & intr.v honked, honking, honks
hooch also hootch n:
1. Alcoholic liquor, especially inferior or bootleg liquor.
hop n: Opium.
1. To increase the power or energy of: hop up a car.
2. To stimulate with or as if with a narcotic.
hop-head n: A drug addict.
horse n: Heroin.
ice n: Methamphetamine.
jag n :
1. A bout of drinking or drug use.
2. A period of overindulgence in an activity; a spree: a shopping jag; a crying jag.
joint n: A marijuana cigarette.
junk n: Heroin.
juice n: Alcoholic drink; liquor.
1. A small bottle of liquor, shaped to fit in a pocket.
2. A Mickey Finn.
Mickey Finn n: An alcoholic beverage that is surreptitiously altered to induce diarrhea or stupefy, render unconscious, or otherwise incapacitate the person who drinks it.
monkey n: Drug addiction: have a monkey on one's back.
1. Food for snacking.
2. A craving for snack foods.
nail n: A cigarette. Also coffin nail.
1. Extremely irritated or angry. Often used with off
2. Intoxicated; drunk.
pixilated or pixillated adj: Intoxicated; drunk.
[ From pixie]
plastered adj: Intoxicated; drunk.
1. To take (drugs), especially orally:popped some pills.
2. To have (a drink): popped a few beers after work.
pot n: Marijuana.
1. The act of vomiting.
tr. & intr.v puked, puking, pukes
reefer n: Marijuana, especially a marijuana cigarette.
rock n: Crack cocaine.
roofies n: A tablet of the sedative flunitrazepam.
[Probably alteration of Rohypnol.]
scag n: Heroin.
The act or an instance of buying illicit drugs.
shit n: a morphine derivative.
sloshed adj: Intoxicated; drunk.
smack n: Heroin.
smashed adj: Intoxicated; drunk.
v. soaked, soaking, soaks
To overcharge (a person).
To drink to excess.
v. soused, sousing, souses
To make intoxicated.
1. A drunkard.
2. A period of heavy drinking; a binge.
sozzled adj: Intoxicated; drunk.
speedball n: An intravenous dose of cocaine mixed with heroin or an amphetamine.
spike n: A hypodermic needle.
squiffyadj: Somewhat intoxicated; tipsy.
stiff n: A drunk.
stoned adj: Drunk or intoxicated.
stoner n: Someone who smokes marijuana habitually.
a. Stupefied from ingestion of or withdrawal from a drug.
b. Addicted to a drug.
2. Severely debilitated from long-term drug use.
tiddley also tiddlyadj: Intoxicated; drunk.
tight adj: Intoxicated; drunk.
toke n: An inhale of smoke, especially marijuana.
1. A drinking binge.
2. Cocaine, especially a small amount snorted at one time.
v. tooted, tooting, toots
To snort cocaine.
trip n: An hallucinatory experience induced by a psychedelic drug: an acid trip.
To take or cause to take a mind-altering drug, especially for the first time.
tr. & intr.v. upchucked, upchucking, upchucks
To vomit or experience vomiting.
1. A drug, especially an amphetamine, used as a stimulant.
2. An exhilarating or euphoric experience.
wasted adj: Intoxicated; drunk.
weed n: Marijuana.
wino n: An indigent wine-drinking alcoholic.
v. zonked, zonking, zonks
1. To stupefy; stun.
2. To intoxicate with drugs or alcohol: I was zonked on drugs
To become intoxicated with drugs or alcohol.