Originally Posted by dasanman69
Originally Posted by quinney
Yes kinda, it is an accepted version of 'kind of', whereas 'drug' is in not accepted alternative to 'dragged'
n., v. drugged, drug•ging. n.
1. a chemical substance used in the treatment, cure, prevention, or diagnosis of disease or to otherwise enhance physical or mental well-being.
2. (in federal law)
a. any substance listed in any of the recognized pharmacopoeias.
b. any substance intended for use in the treatment or prevention of disease.
c. any nonfood substance intended to affect any function of the body.
d. any component of such a drug.
3. a habit-forming medicinal or illicit substance, esp. a narcotic.
4. drugs, chemical substances prepared and sold as pharmaceutical items either by prescription or over the counter.
5. Obs. any ingredient used in chemistry, pharmacy, dyeing, or the like.
6. to administer a medicinal drug to.
7. to stupefy or poison with a drug.
8. to mix (food or drink) with a drug, esp. a stupefying, narcotic or poisonous drug.
drug on the market, a commodity that is overabundant or not in demand in the market.
[1300–50; Middle English drogges (pl.) < Middle French drogue]
drug2 (drʌg)v. Nonstandard.
a pt. and pp. of drag.
Now, let's discuss pronunciation... Like the thorough woodsman whose hands were rough from cutting boughs from trees and dragging them through the forest... Cough..
Boomb!Edited by Dick Applebaum - 12/3/13 at 8:42am