drug addiction

NOUN
  1. an addiction to a drug (especially a narcotic drug)
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How To Use drug addiction In A Sentence

  • She was on a cocktail of drink and drugs when she burgled a total of four houses to fund her drug addiction.
  • The program is based on the premise that drug addiction can be cured.
  • Families and communities disintegrate under the crushing burden of drug addiction.
  • Issues such as drug addiction require sensitive handling when featured in TV dramas.
  • The dad of three had battled booze and drug addiction for many years. The Sun
  • He survived long battles with alcoholism and drug addiction, brawls, accidents and bypass surgery. Times, Sunday Times
  • The program is premised on the idea that drug addiction can be cured.
  • Some forms of drug addiction, for example, and some liver diseases are contraindicated, meaning that use of Vivitrol by persons having these problems is risky business. Dr. Rock Positano: Vivitrol: A Cure For Alcoholism?
  • Intake of potentially hepatotoxic drugs, intravenous drug addiction and previous blood transfusions were ruled out in all patients.
  • Many parents are worried about drug addiction among the schoolchild.
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