Third-person singular simple present indicative form of drug.(verb)
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Use "drugs" in a sentence
"Whether they were taken as a result of his inability to sleep or because of an ongoing addiction to certain drugs is up for debate, but the fact remains — this actor was cut off too early in life and had a lot more to offer."
"But it does serve as a reminder that the moral panic surrounding certain drugs is utterly disconnected from the reality of their objective dangers."
"I think that the war on certain drugs is a continuation of slavery and Jim Crow, but its effect of disenfranching voters is merely a collateral benefit to its supporters."