drug dealer

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n drug dealer an unlicensed dealer in illegal drugs
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Usage

In literature:

Doing so also avoids police tapping, making cellular-phone abuse a favorite among drug-dealers.
"Hacker Crackdown" by Bruce Sterling
Nevertheless, she endeavored to find another drug dealer, and after a time was again successful.
"Dope" by Sax Rohmer
All the shops were closed except Stubbs the provision dealer's and Dundon's drug-store.
"The Stillwater Tragedy" by Thomas Bailey Aldrich
This was the bazaar of the dealers in drugs.
"Tancred" by Benjamin Disraeli
Drug sellers dispensed cosmetics as well as medicines, and some of the itinerant dealers sold poison.
"Outlines of Greek and Roman Medicine" by James Sands Elliott
It was not difficult, he found, to discover the dealers in drugs and he set out, as a buyer of tobacco.
"Command" by William McFee
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In news:

Don't be an accidental drug dealer .
Suspected drug dealer charged with capital murder in fatal police chase in San Antonio.
300G found in alleged drug dealer 's Guttenberg apartment.
Photo courtesy Guttenberg Police $300G found in alleged drug dealer 's Guttenberg apartment gallery (5 photos).
Murder trial to start for Jersey City drug dealer .
Jury selection begins tomorrow in the trial of a Jersey City drug dealer charged with gunning down a 28-year-old in a city playground, officials said.
Drug dealer gets 20 years.
From drug dealer to business owner.
Children Living In Filth In Drug Dealer 's Home.
Alleged Savannah drug dealer nabbed by CNT while out on probation.
Help police capture a convicted drug dealer on the run.
Host for Romney event a convicted drug dealer .
Yes kids, the Easter Bunny is just your neighborhood drug dealer.
Two former police officers have been charged with trying to extort $50,000 from a suspected drug dealer in exchange for help in getting his case dismissed, authorities said Tuesday.
Bayliss' killer was a drug dealer dodging a deportation hearing and Crowley later called the investigation one of the most emotionally exhausting investigations of his career.
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