Definition of 'Valium'
Example sentences containing 'Valium'
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She understood the look, she knew what the Valium did, or the Librium, or whatever new pill it was that the doctors were peddling. FIELD OF BLOODA Valium would have helped but it was too late now to take one. THE IMAGE OF LAURAAnyway, I got some Valium and made him take them every month for the four days the moon was full. PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW
Trends of 'Valium'
Used Occasionally. Valium is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'Valium'
British English: Valium NOUN
Valium is a drug given to people to calm their nerves when they are very depressed or upset.
Do you have any Valium?
Definition of Valium from the Collins English Dictionary
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