[ UK /dˈə‍ʊpt/ ]
[ US /ˈdoʊpt/ ]
  1. treated or impregnated with a foreign substance
  2. under the influence of narcotics
    were under the effect of the drugged sweets
    knocked out by doped wine
    a drugged sleep
    in a stuperous narcotized state
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How To Use doped In A Sentence

  • It's bloody dangerous, riding a doped steeplechaser. The Elvis Latte
  • It conjures up an image like that in the novel Brave New World, where everyone is doped up, rather than having their real problems dealt with.
  • Claim 1 - "A microelectromechanical resonator comprising: a microelectromechanical resonant structure characterized by a mass and one or more selectively doped regions; a vaporizable material for altering the mass of the resonant structure. Archive 2006-10-01
  • This study provides a fundamental understanding of how ions move in scandia-doped zirconia, and shows the material is very stable. - latest science and technology news stories
  • Spanning just 21-ft 2-in, the wing structure was created using large pieces of balsa wood which were then covered with three-ply sheeting which was covered with doped linen.
  • The storage dynamics in doped lithium niobate are studied. It gives that the equations of the migration of charges is due to diffusion or drift and photovoltaic effect.
  • See, she's a heroin addict here, and tries real hard to look all doped up and dramatic.
  • knocked out by doped wine
  • He was so doped up with all the drugs that he didn't know at times.
  • That light gets funneled into a crystal of a material called neodymium-doped yttrium orthovanadate, which is common to lab lasers. Wired Top Stories
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