cocaine

[ koh-keyn, koh-keyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF cocaine
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The worst of it is that the introduction of the cocaine into my eyes has been of no avail.

There is also some evidence of an increase in the use of drugs, cocaine and the like.

At last he took four grains of cocaine and put in sixteen drops of water.

I suggested to him to sleep and to take food and to reduce the cocaine dose by a fourth.

He did not connect the fear at all with his misuse of cocaine.

Now I concentrated my efforts on the reduction of the cocaine.

Cocaine is possibly the most insidious of all drugs yet known.

"They say there's a deal of cocaine taken in the States now," said the captain.

That a man with two shots of cocaine in him could lick Jack Dempsey.

The uneasiness and erratic movements of a user of cocaine was in her manner.