Causing or tending to cause addiction: an addictive substance. (adjective)
Characterized by or susceptible to addiction: an addictive personality. (adjective)
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Use "addictive" in a sentence
"So, as you said, if you remove the term addictive from the equation, would people change their minds about the pill?"
"I have never heard the term addictive used to describe a non-harmful context."
"In yoga, we call addictive behavior "samskara," or "ruts", and the more you practice the destructive ones, the more entrenched they will become."