Dope (English, noun)

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Term or phrase dope
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Definition Applied to a narcotic drug: perhaps related to earlier sense, stupid person, from the notion of being stupefied with drugs.
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Source of definition in print John Ayto, Oxford Dictionary of Slang (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999), 156
Significant terms and phrases apply, narcotic, drug, sense, stupid, person, notion, stupefy

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... more about "Dope (English, noun)"
apply +, narcotic +, drug +, sense +, stupid +, person +, notion +  and stupefy +
Applied to a narcotic drug: perhaps related to earlier sense, stupid person, from the notion of being stupefied with drugs. +
John Ayto, Oxford Dictionary of Slang (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999), 156 +