opium addict

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Synonyms for opium addict

someone addicted to opium

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This has never been said before: Keats as an opium addict is new," he told The Guardian.
I worked in a bakery, a recording studio, I was unemployed for awhile; I worked in a 99-Cent Store where the owner was an opium addict.
If the wrapping is not made of a suitable material or if it is damaged or accidentally ingested, the patient may develop symptoms of opium overdose, regardless of whether the patient is an opium addict.
In July an opium addict asylum seeker who stabbed his wife 10 times in a frenzied attack was found hanged in his prison cell.
Chicago) profiles one of 19th-century New York's most significant criminals: George Appo, a pickpocket, confidence man, and opium addict who lived off his criminal activities during his teenage years and much of his adult life, and during the 1870s and 1880s would take as much in a single night as a skilled manual laborer earned in a year.
Amy was cold-hearted, probably an opium addict and possibly a suicide.
In the original comic books on which LXG is based, Connery's character - legendary hunter Allan Quatermain - is an opium addict, but not in the film.
IN TENNYSON: THE UNQUIET HEART, BIOGRAPHER ROBERT BERNARD MARTIN describes how Tennyson was haunted "from the time of his honeymoon until the end of his life" by the accusation that he was an opium addict.
Opium addict Pham Thi Ncoc had been convicted eight times in four years and received sentences ranging from two to 20 years.
An inquest at Cardiff Coroners' Court heard how the father-of-three, a former opium addict, had bought the drug from China in order to wean himself off heroin.
Ashtiani told the lawyer her husband was an opium addict and proposed that she have sex with other men to pay for his habit.
Eventually he became an opium addict and demanded that she support his habit by prostituting herself," the lawyer said.
They claimed he was a forger, a liar and an opium addict, and his memorial stone by Welsh sculptor John Meirion Morris should be moved from its park location in upmarket Primrose Hill, home to the likes of Welsh actor Rhys Ifans and top Welsh chef Bryn Williams' restaurant, Odettes.
The story deals with parallels between creativity and madness, plus Dickens' close friendship with opium addict writer Wilkie Collins.
He was an opium addict at the time (his poem Kubla Khan always used to end with a comma since the poet was disturbed in full flight by 'the person from Porlock').