club drug


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n club drug a controlled substance that is usually taken by young people at dance clubs and raves
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In literature:

The cigarette which he had offered her at the club had been drugged.
"Tales of Chinatown" by Sax Rohmer
Much visiting was done in Main Street, and there was always something to take one into Struby's drug-store, which served as a club.
"Otherwise Phyllis" by Meredith Nicholson
Currently, the program focuses on the establishment of the "Just Say No To Drugs" clubs.
"What Works: Schools Without Drugs" by United States Department of Education
He had informed the fellows at the club-room that he was employed at last; that he was apprenticed to the drug trade.
"From Squire to Squatter" by Gordon Stables

In news:

The New Noise Music Festival conference addresses the need and fight to re-open the all-ages, drug and alcohol-free music club , The Living Room.
His nightmare began in June of 2011, when police raided his Panama City strip club and arrested him and his Ukrainian partner for trafficking women and selling drugs.
Walmart and Sam's Club will be among the first retailers to offer a generic version of an antiplatelet drug.
Use of illicit drugs in clubs and large dance parties (so-called raves) is a burgeoning cultural trend.
Either way, after hours clubs tend to be havens for drug dealers.
If you ever venture to a comedy club and rudely decide to ruin the comic's night by heckling, make sure you're not carrying any illegal drugs.
Torii Hunter's son accused of being part of "sex club" that drugged girls.
Project Graduation tries to provide graduating students with an alcohol- and drug-free celebration by holding a party at a health club .
If you ever venture to a comedy club and rudely decide to ruin the comic's night by heckling , make sure you're not carrying any illegal drugs.
The club drug, typically used by veterinarians as a cat tranquilizer, is said to provide patients an " instant " relief from depression, according to a new study.
Police said they had been called to the club dozens of times, many for cases involving drugs or weapons.
Gunmen killed eight people in a shooting attack on a strip club in Monterrey , in northern Mexico, in the latest deadly incident in the country's drug war.
Pink was a notorious wild child, and in the new issue of Shape magazine, she opened up about the time she did way too many drugs at a club back when she was 15.
Sheridan Police Sergeant Tom Ringley addresses the prescription drug abuse problem during Friday's Sheridan Rotary Club Meeting.
And now there's a new twist on an old drug: The FDA is doing a pilot study on the use of Ecstasy (methylenedioxymethamphetamine), better known for showing up in dance clubs than hospices, to help terminal patients.