noun, Pharmacology.
an addicting drug capable of producing severe physical or psychological dependence, as heroin.

noun phrase

A narcotic, like heroin or morphine, that is powerfully addictive and injurious: The American problem is heroin, as ”hard” a drug as there is

[1960s+ Narcotics; probably modeled on hard liquor]


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