heroin vs heroine

heroin heroine


  • 1) A powerful and addictive drug derived from opium producing intense euphoria classed as an illegal narcotic in most of the world.
  • 2) A white, odorless, bitter crystalline compound, C21H23NO5, that is derived from morphine and is a highly addictive illegal narcotic.
  • 3) (Chem.) a morphine derivative, diacetyl morphine, used to relieve severe pain and as a sedative. It is highly addictive, and its use is strictly controlled in the U.S. by federal law. It is a popular strong narcotic drug of abuse, in part because it is more soluble than morphine. It is sometimes included as one of the components of Brompton's mixture, used to control pain in terminallly ill patients.
  • 4) a narcotic that is considered a hard drug; a highly addictive morphine derivative; intravenous injection provides the fastest and most intense rush
  • 5) Diacetyl-morphia: a remedy valuable in the treatment of various forms of respiratory disease. It allays cough and acts as a hypnotic.
  • 6) A simplified spelling of heroine.


  • 1) A female lead character
  • 2) A female hero
  • 3) A woman noted for courage and daring action.
  • 4) The principal female character in a novel, poem, or dramatic presentation.
  • 5) A woman noted for special achievement in a particular field.
  • 6) A woman of an heroic spirit.
  • 7) The principal female person who figures in a remarkable action, or as the subject of a poem or story.
  • 8) the main good female character in a work of fiction
  • 9) a woman possessing heroic qualities or a woman who has performed heroic deeds
  • 10) A female hero; a heroic woman.
  • 11) The principal female character in a poem, play, story, or romance, or the woman who plays the most important part.


  • 1) Dealers are selling heroin and crack using anonymous mobile numbers and couriers.
  • 2) The couple had overdosed on heroin.
  • 3) As it happened, she had overdosed on heroin only a few months earlier.
  • 4) Or,'So when did you become a heroin addict?
  • 5) In the trailer she appears to be interviewing her old flame for a job and asks him:'Do you still take heroin?
  • 6) THREE men used a helicopter to smuggle heroin and cocaine worth 12million into Britain.
  • 7) This is the same circuit exploited by drugs such as heroin.
  • 8) The pair admitted possessing crack and heroin with intent to supply.
  • 9) We are not talking about potentially lethal cocaine or heroin here.
  • 10) The heroin substitute can help addicts control and beat their addiction.
  • 11) Sources said the prize for winning the fight was either heroin or prescription drugs.
  • 12) The cops are not after crack or heroin.
  • 13) Police are more interested in heroin and cocaine dealers.
  • 14) The former jockey had overdosed on heroin substitute methadone.
  • 15) Now you are dealing with crack cocaine and heroin.
  • 16) She also left bottles of the liquid heroin substitute methadone within his reach.
  • 17) Nobody becomes a casual heroin user.
  • 18) He is said to have paid the men $1,000 for heroin and cocaine.
  • 19) A source said he had taken a packet of heroin and morphine he had obtained earlier in the day.
  • 20) It becomes the new heroin.
  • 21) I think she wanted to go home and... take heroin.
  • 22) The 21-year-old student died of a heroin overdose, an inquest jury decided.
  • 23) The two British students who died after taking white heroin in Amsterdam have been named.
  • 24) She was only 11 when her mother died - of a heroin overdose.
  • 25) Well, they work, but you need to sort out why you take heroin.
  • 26) During a summer internship with the East Harlem Tenants Council, he discovered the drug culture and immediately immersed himself in what he calls his "heroin career."
  • 27) He told Cardiff Crown Court that at the time of Tony Singh's death in Newport in November 2010, he regularly smoked heroin but there was what he called a "heroin drought" in Cardiff and he couldn't use his usual supplier.
  • 28) I think it would be better if informed adults — ideally with a prescription or license of some sort — could obtain heroin and other opioids from a regulated, legal source than from a drug dealer selling artificially expensive (and so crime inducing) dope of unknown purity.
  • 29) Afghanistan prior to the Taliban was a godforsaken hellhole that lead the world in heroin production, so it effectively was a series of criminal enterprises and not a state.
  • 30) Alcohol is a CNS depressant that reacts with quinine (a common filler in heroin).
  • 31) His extraordinary feet in rescuing the heroin from the Shaw of Iran, by using his Bowel of N'Irthrymia, will surely peek your interest in my Chiclet novel.
  • 32) It has ample revenues from international contributions and illicit trafficking, primarily in heroin, and very few non-military expenses.
  • 33) The core of the KLA were radical Muslim Marxists who trafficked in heroin, and were linked to bin Laden.
  • 34) Taliban resurgent, heroin is big business, and spreading to Pakistan.
  • 35) ‘Any person trying heroin or any addictive drug for the first time knows that it can hook you.’
  • 36) ‘Caffeine is addictive and hooks you in the same way as amphetamines, cocaine and heroin.’
  • 37) ‘Yes, the use of heroin and harder drugs has also risen steadily there over a similar period.’
  • 38) ‘It is widely used as a substitute for patients who are attempting to combat addiction to heroin.’
  • 39) ‘In the past he had been addicted to heroin and crack cocaine but was now trying to get treatment and detox.’
  • 40) ‘Due to this classification, it does not incur such penalties as cocaine or heroin do.’
  • 41) ‘People say it is the start of the slippery slope to harder things like cocaine and heroin.’
  • 42) ‘Hand guns and heroin were seized by drugs squad police in the latest Crack Down raids.’
  • 43) ‘I got into heroin when a mate came to my flat and asked if he could use the toilet.’
  • 44) ‘The defence said that all these had been triggered by his heroin addiction and the need to get cash to feed it.’
  • 45) ‘After all, we give heroin addicts methadone don't we?’
  • 46) ‘When he was 16, his mother, a heroin addict, killed herself.’
  • 47) ‘About $1.5 million worth of pure South American heroin is sold in the city every day.’
  • 48) ‘At that time, street heroin use was virtually unknown in Australia.’
  • 49) ‘Adrian died of a heroin overdose which some of his friends thought was deliberate.’
  • 50) ‘There was a small article about Cobain having an accidental heroin overdose in Italy.’
  • 51) ‘The chemists targeted provide the heroin substitute methadone to addicts under the Methadone Treatment Scheme.’
  • 52) ‘Using heroin through injection has many associated risks, mainly from sharing needles, which is common among injectors.’
  • 53) ‘Prescription heroin maintenance was standard practice in England from the 1920s to 1960s.’
  • 54) ‘In each case, the drug user had been injecting heroin into subcutaneous tissue.’


  • 1) The book has a heroine if not a hero.
  • 2) So my career as an actress would have been quite narrow, playing only tragic heroines.
  • 3) I wanted a female heroine.
  • 4) This is really an autobiography as much as a book about heroines.
  • 5) She emerges as the heroine of this book.
  • 6) In one, the heroine is a woman who has also been a man.
  • 7) Then just 19, she became an instant national heroine.
  • 8) She is a national heroine in Nepal because of her work on behalf of the Gurkhas.
  • 9) She emerged from Holloway Prison a national heroine.
  • 10) The woman 's a heroine.
  • 11) And why is there no statue or Bank Holiday to the memory of this national hero or heroine?
  • 12) She joined the Belgian Resistance and from a modest beginning delivering false documents to fugitives she became a national heroine.
  • 13) What could I know of the times in the book when the heroine is alone, as she often is?
  • 14) The main heroine is Konata Izumi, an athletic and intelligent girl who, despite these attributes, is not in a sports club, and has low grades.
  • 15) The uncomplicated story line will still fascinate readers due to the resoluteness of the title heroine as she fearlessly sets forth on adventures that change a world though all she wants is to leave as she knows what she wants and risks all to achieve it.
  • 16) Uliana Lopatkina is radiantly regal as the title heroine and Danila Korsuntsev is her dashing swain of a cavalier in 'Raymonda.'
  • 17) In the original, the title heroine is a sweet-natured, country lass with a dotingly protective mother, a passion for dance and a dangerously susceptible heart.
  • 18) In the pilot, the title heroine has gone rogue, so a new Nikita is being trained to replace her.
  • 19) Early reports listed the title heroine's name as "Maddy", a supposedly underclass name that has been changed, under protest to the crystalline "Tiana."
  • 20) Silkwood as the title heroine who becomes a reluctant whistleblower at an unsafe nuclear plant.
  • 21) ‘The ticker-tape reception being afforded later this month to the 47,000 volunteers who were the true heroes and heroines of the Games is richly deserved.’
  • 22) ‘An event of this magnitude could perhaps one day bring recognition to ‘true’ heroes and heroines in society.’
  • 23) ‘What India's unsung heroes, and heroines, have achieved these past few weeks against great odds should not go unrewarded or unnoticed.’
  • 24) ‘Great acts of courage happen every day, but heroes and heroines often go unrecognised.’
  • 25) ‘In a changed political climate, and with like-minded women unable to defend her publicly, a feminist heroine, it turned out, was a very expendable creature.’
  • 26) ‘Alice Lenshina died in jail, but her church survives and she is regarded as a heroine by Zambian feminists.’
  • 27) ‘They are the true heroines of this discouraging episode.’
  • 28) ‘For 74 years, these true American heroines have languished there ignominiously.’
  • 29) ‘Any resemblance to the Hollywood duo - who became heroines of the feminist movement after their 1991 movie - is coincidental but, at least for Thompson, appropriate.’
  • 30) ‘It debunks the myth of great Victorian heroes and heroines such as Dr Arnold, Florence Nightingale, Cardinal Manning.’
  • 31) ‘It is nearly always the case for our equine heroes and heroines that the end of their racing career is made public in a sparse announcement to the press.’
  • 32) ‘We'll take a break, and when we come back, we'll take calls for both Erin Runnion and Sheriff Mike Carona, who have become genuine American heroes and heroines, haven't they?’
  • 33) ‘Instead my concern over world and community events has me feeling concerned about yourself and others that have expressed a humanness we avid listeners and fans never allow from our heroes and heroines.’
  • 34) ‘It has also been found that preschoolers, who are typically unable to distinguish between what is real and fiction, often see television as reality and try to copy the actions and behaviors of their heroes and heroines.’
  • 35) ‘In the carnage of the Bali bombings, as with the destruction of the New York World Trade Centre last year, heroes and heroines emerged.’
  • 36) ‘Dormant until today, the Olympic tennis stadium suddenly erupted when the Greek heroine came from a set down to gain momentum in the second session.’
  • 37) ‘Joan of Arc is a heroine in history as well as an enigma in the collective unconscious and, dimension of myth.’
  • 38) ‘And what was funny is that my younger sister saw me a little as a heroine, she always looked to me as this free person.’
  • 39) ‘Kazakova's performance made her the heroine of the Moscow Film Festival.’
  • 40) ‘I'd say William Gibson has had the most profound effect on representation of female characters, especially heroines, in both the written and filmic genres of sci-fi, and branching into action.’
  • 41) ‘More than half of its movies debuted at the Television Critics Association last month focused on women's issues, female characters or heroines.’
  • 42) ‘Anyone who still believes this myth should look to the dozens of female heroines in comic books.’
  • 43) ‘That is, Austen invited an intense identification with her heroines while undermining the reader's ability to do so through the irony inherent in free indirect speech.’
  • 44) ‘She plays the role of one two heroines in the film, the other being Samyuktha Varma.’
  • 45) ‘And Jane was described as a real woman, with nothing clumsy about her character and as a genuine heroine unlike today's film stars and models.’
  • 46) ‘The range of roles afforded female heroines in Perrault's retellings is predictably limited and limiting, consistently advising young girls to be beautiful rather than clever, passive rather than active.’
  • 47) ‘Not only do the painters look this way, so do the heroines of the books by the female novelists.’
  • 48) ‘My heroine - a middle-aged female detective - lives in Marchmont and is a bit of a non-conformist loner.’
  • 49) ‘And I just saw something about a new comic with a heroine called Aphrodite.’
  • 50) ‘Set in the pre-war Old South, Mitchell wrote about the fictional life of one of literature's and the silver screen's most memorable heroines, Scarlett O'Hara.’
  • 51) ‘The heroine of his Ephesian Tale, Anthia, is introduced dressed as Artemis in a procession where all can behold her beauty.’
  • 52) ‘If by the hero of a novel means one the character not who commands the most interest but who best represents the author's values, Dolly is the heroine.’
  • 53) ‘The magician circles, chanting as she goes, faster and faster until finally our heroine trips over her own feet and lands on the floor.’
  • 54) ‘The latest wave of computer games looks set to feature heroines more resembling Carmen Electra or Pamela Anderson than Buffy the Vampire Slayer.’
  • 55) ‘Probably Aristotle also disapproved of Medea as a tragic heroine, because he downgraded plots like this one that show a good person deliberately choosing evil.’
  • 56) ‘The women in non-fiction chick lit possess all the cartoonish and exaggerated qualities of chick-lit heroines, and none of the complexity of real women.’
  • 57) ‘A ghost story set in medieval times with screaming heroines and handsome knights, it was aiming at the market that longed for a return to more rural, gentler times.’
  • 58) ‘When Kwan shocked Hong Kong by coming out, he was already established as one of the city's best filmmakers, esteemed for his finely tuned aesthetics and perfectly realized tragic heroines.’
  • 59) ‘Feanay has a similar set of moves, but he uses different guns and is generally quicker than Sho (like most videogame heroines compared with their male counterparts).’
  • 60) ‘Numerous Greek heroes and heroines commit manslaughter in myth.’
  • 61) ‘Propertius' romantic, impossible dream had been that Cynthia would be like heroines of myth.’
  • 62) ‘But what happens when the idea of drawing images of womanhood on the contemporary stage is born through juxtaposition of the two ancient heroines, moulded to the necessities of the experiences of womanhood?’
  • 63) ‘Similarly the Greek and Roman gods were more like mythical heroes and heroines than like the omnipotent, omniscient and good God postulated in mediaeval and modern philosophy.’
  • 64) ‘Chetty's subjects are symbolic tarotlike goddesses and heroines beautifully executed in silk with elegantly visible stitching, which hang on the wall like paintings.’
  • 65) ‘With her tip-tilted nose and sheaf of brown hair, Mulgrew as Isolt even resembles John W. Waterhouse's Pre-Raphaelite paintings of mythic medieval heroines.’
  • 66) ‘Draupathy, the mythical heroine is an archetype of Indian woman.’
  • 67) ‘Like a mythological heroine who makes a terrifying journey to the underworld and returns with a valuable prize, Turke feels she has been given a gift.’
  • 68) ‘Intricate carvings decorated the face of the doors, depicting the many elven heroes and heroines.’
  • 69) ‘By the end of it we had half the known superheroes and heroines from the old comic books.’
  • 70) ‘When Kalliope had no interesting news from the city, Kyros told us war stories and about heroes, heroines, gods and goddesses.’
  • 71) ‘Each ethnic group has its own heroes and heroines, legends, and myths.’
  • 72) ‘Characteristically, he depicts the mythic heroine at the very moment of her ravishment, when she is taken by Zeus, transformed into a shower of gold coins.’
  • 73) ‘The season debuts with Usha Gupta's new piece, Asht Nayika, based on eight female heroines of Indian mythology.’
  • 74) ‘Traditional beliefs and views are subverted as a searching look is directed at figures and heroines from our epics, myths and legends.’
  • 75) ‘In China, the goddess Guanyin is also a heroine who dies and returns from the Underworld where she demonstrates her powers.’
  • 76) ‘The new series is set in a world of superheroes like Superman, Spiderman, Batman, and heroines like Wonder Woman don't exist.’
  • 77) ‘She focuses exclusively on narrative representations of female heroines from classical antiquity.’
  • 78) ‘It's worth bearing in mind that the fount of all female action heroines is China - not a country known for its equal treatment of the sexes.’
  • 79) ‘As a Saxon Benedictine, Hrotsvit wrote lives of saints, epic Ottonian histories, and brief dramas of Christian martyrs and heroines.’

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