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  • He also began using heroin around the time that he left art school.
  • He continued using heroin throughout his life, which ultimately contributed to his death.
  • She admitted later that she was probably high on heroin during the concert.
  • He appeared clean in the early 1990s but began using heroin again some time later.
  • During recovery one of his high school friends introduced him to heroin.
  • Heroin use has increased despite efforts of law enforcement and community groups working to fight the problem.
  • However, after a while they're both using heroin again.
  • The band's members and image were widely associated with drug use, specifically heroin.
  • She also detailed her own heroin addiction and its effects on her relationship with her children.
  • Once leaving the care system Stone began using heroin.
  • He began taking heroin and steadily increased his usage of the drug over time.
  • The charge against him was later reduced to "simple possession of heroin".
  • Between them they were carrying more than of heroin.
  • At first, heroin flowed from countries where it was still legal into countries where it was no longer legal.
  • She earned more than a thousand dollars a week from club ventures but spent most on heroin.
  • Further, it seems there are more heroin addicts coming out of prison than going in.
  • His increasing addiction led him to heroin, which in turn threatened his life and career.
  • He also manages to work food, heroin or pork related terms into his albums.
  • However, he later admitted to using heroin as well.
  • The spread of heroin use also led to a sharp increase in petty crime.
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Words starting with heroin

Synonyms of heroin

Meaning of heroin

  • noun A narcotic that is considered a hard drug; a highly addictive morphine derivative; intravenous injection provides the fastest and most intense rush