[juhng-kee] /ˈdʒʌŋ ki/
a drug addict, especially one addicted to heroin.
a person with an insatiable craving for something:
a chocolate junkie.
an enthusiastic follower; fan; devotee:
a baseball junkie.
noun (pl) junkies
an informal word for a drug addict, esp one who injects heroin into himself
“drug addict,” 1923, from junk (n.1) in the narcotics sense + -y (3). Junker in the same sense is recorded from 1922. Junk for “narcotic” is older.
: Junkie logic is the ability to justify whatever needs to be done to support an addiction
[juhng-kee] /ˈdʒʌŋ ki/ adjective, junkier, junkiest. 1. of the nature of ; trashy. adj. “run-down, seedy, trashy,” 1876, from junk (n.1) + -y (2).
noun 1. cheap costume jewelry.
noun 1. unsolicited commercial mail or email. noun 1. untargeted mail advertising goods or services noun phrase Mail, usually third class, consisting of advertising circulars, appeals for money, etc, and sometimes addressed to ”resident” (1950s+) Third-class mail, such as unsolicited advertisements and flyers, that is sent indiscriminately. For example, While we were on vacation the […]
noun 1. an organization that sends in bulk, especially to solicit business or charitable contributions. 2. a business that specializes in preparing and distributing for others.