addiction to drugs.
substance abuse involving drugs.
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- drug addict,
- drug baron,
- drug enforcement administration,
- drug eruption,
- drug holiday
Origin of drug abuse
First recorded in 1965–70
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Habitual use of drugs to alter one's mood, emotion, or state of consciousness.
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