1. (of food or drink) having had a substance added to it in order to stupefy or poison the person consuming it ⇒ A tourist was robbed after being given a drugged orange. 2. under the influence of sedatives or narcotics ⇒ Distressed and drugged patients are rarely able to pay close attention to changes in their emotions and behaviour., ⇒ harvesting organs from a drugged tourist, ⇒ It didn't matter if he was drugged or just drunk., ⇒ I had her arrested because she was drugged out of her mind. 3. (of sleep) brought about by drugs ⇒ He grew tired, and drifted off into a drugged sleep.
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