junkie

[ juhng-kee ]SEE DEFINITION OF junkie

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JUNKIE

It was evident that Junkie had a will of his own, and was accustomed to exert it on all occasions.

Junkie looked up with sparkling eyes, and said that Milly did it.

“Nevertheless, it may not be fair to call it a lie, Junkie,” said Jackman.

A little shriek of laughter burst from Junkie on hearing this.

“Father never rose a fish there,” said Junkie, with a demure look.

In desperate haste, Junkie, bending low, tried to extract the hook.

MacRummle was a heavy sleeper, so Junkie had no difficulty in recovering his cap.

Do you know, Junkie, that this is the very spot where your Cousin Milly fell?

Archie came first, Eddie next, and Junkie brought up the rear.

Just after he had rushed out of the nursery, Junkie burst in.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR JUNKIE

disciples

nounbeliever, follower
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