dex

[ deks ]

nounPharmacology Informal.
  1. short for dextromethorphan.

verb (used without object)dexed, dex·ingSlang.
  1. to take dangerously large amounts of over-the-counter cough suppressants containing dextromethorphan in order to get high.

Origin of dex

1
First recorded in 1960–65

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How to use dex in a sentence

  • Then, before dex's staring eyes appeared a huge, wedge-shaped head, at sight of which he bit his lips to keep from crying aloud.