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Antonyms

1. drug-addicted

adjective. addicted to a drug.

Synonyms

  • dependent
  • addicted
  • dependant
  • strung-out

Antonyms

  • straight
  • independent
  • free
  • unconditional

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Rhymes with Prescription Drug

  • antidrug
  • unplug
  • debug
  • snug
  • smug
  • slug
  • shrug
  • plug
  • krug
  • klug
  • zug
  • tug
  • thug
  • sugg
  • schug
  • rugg
  • pug
  • mug
  • lug
  • jug
  • hugg
  • hug
  • dug
  • doug
  • chug
  • bugge
  • bugg
  • bug
  • ugh

Sentences with prescription-drug


1. Noun Phrase
Monetary assistance with prescription drugs, housing and living expenses can all help people struggling with depression.

2. Noun Phrase
There are many government and charitable organisations that provide prescription drug assistance.

3. Noun Phrase
In 2009, Adderall was the 21st most popular prescription drug, according to PsychCentral.

2. prescription

noun. ['prəˈskrɪpʃən'] directions prescribed beforehand; the action of prescribing authoritative rules or directions.

Synonyms

  • instruction

3. prescription

noun. ['prəˈskrɪpʃən'] a drug that is available only with written instructions from a doctor or dentist to a pharmacist.

Synonyms

  • ethical drug
  • refill
  • medicinal drug
  • medication
  • medicament
  • prescription drug
  • medicine

Antonyms

  • over-the-counter drug
  • empty
  • prescription medicine
  • prescription drug

4. prescription

noun. ['prəˈskrɪpʃən'] written instructions from a physician or dentist to a druggist concerning the form and dosage of a drug to be issued to a given patient.

Synonyms

  • written communication
  • black and white

Antonyms

  • enfranchisement
  • leeward
  • outgoing

5. prescription

noun. ['prəˈskrɪpʃən'] written instructions for an optician on the lenses for a given person.

Synonyms

  • written communication
  • black and white

Antonyms

  • windward
  • inactivity

6. drug-free

adjective. characteristic of a person not taking illegal drugs or of a place where no illegal drugs are used.

Antonyms

  • colorful

7. drug

noun. ['ˈdrʌg'] a substance that is used as a medicine or narcotic.

Synonyms

  • abortion-inducing drug
  • abortifacient
  • generic drug
  • myotic
  • diuretic
  • anti-TNF compound
  • agent
  • medication
  • medicinal drug
  • synergist
  • aborticide
  • anaesthetic agent
  • medicament
  • excitant
  • psychotropic agent
  • miotic drug
  • pentoxifylline
  • stimulant drug
  • soporific
  • psychoactive drug
  • stimulant
  • Feosol
  • Lorfan
  • drug of abuse
  • levallorphan
  • hypnotic
  • dilator
  • relaxant
  • pharmacopoeia
  • proprietary drug
  • myotic drug
  • diuretic drug
  • street drug
  • controlled substance
  • mind-altering drug
  • intoxicant
  • psychoactive substance
  • anti-impotence drug
  • miotic
  • fertility drug
  • brand-name drug
  • Trental
  • anaesthetic
  • medicine
  • mydriatic
  • arsenical
  • botanical
  • suppressant
  • virility drug
  • antagonist
  • antisyphilitic
  • appetite suppressant
  • narcotic
  • anesthetic agent
  • water pill
  • agonist
  • Fergon
  • mydriatic drug
  • consciousness-altering drug

Antonyms

  • brand-name drug
  • synergist
  • antagonist
  • sensible

Etymology

  • drogge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • drogue (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))

8. drug

verb. ['ˈdrʌg'] administer a drug to.

Synonyms

  • anesthetise
  • o.d.
  • put out
  • poison
  • narcotize
  • medicate
  • put under
  • anesthetize
  • anaesthetise
  • narcotise
  • dope up
  • anaesthetize
  • overdose
  • dose
  • medicine

Antonyms

  • noncausative
  • special agent
  • general agent
  • prescription medicine

Etymology

  • drogge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • drogue (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))

9. drug

verb. ['ˈdrʌg'] use recreational drugs.

Synonyms

  • free-base
  • do drugs
  • ingest
  • have
  • take a hit
  • inject
  • trip out
  • get off
  • snort
  • take in
  • trip
  • turn on
  • consume
  • dope
  • take
  • drop

Antonyms

  • over-the-counter medicine
  • over-the-counter drug
  • prescription drug
  • depressant

Etymology

  • drogge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • drogue (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
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