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Mickey Finn

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noun

slang
  1. a drink containing a drug to make the drinker unconscious, usually formed by the combination of chloral hydrate and alcohol. It can be poisonous
  2. the drug itself
Often shortened to: Mickey

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Word Origin for Mickey Finn

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