pertaining to chemicals or drugs that affect the mind or behavior.
any such substance, especially when used as a chemical warfare agent.
Origin of psychochemical
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any of various chemical compounds whose primary effect is the alteration of the normal state of consciousness
of or relating to such chemical compounds
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A psychoactive drug or substance.
Of or relating to psychochemicals.
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