Mescaline, a hallucinogenic drug (1960s+ Narcotics)
[me-skal] /mɛˈskæl/ noun 1. an intoxicating beverage distilled from the fermented juice of certain species of agave. 2. any agave yielding this spirit. 3. Also called peyote. either of two species of spineless, dome-shaped cactus, Lophophora williamsii or L. diffusa, of Texas and northern Mexico, yielding the hallucinogen peyote. /mɛˈskæl/ noun 1. Also called peyote. […]
noun 1. an evergreen shrub or small tree, Sophora secundiflora, of the legume family, of the southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico, having clusters of fragrant, violet-blue flowers and pods containing highly poisonous, bright red seeds.
noun 1. one of the dried, buttonlike tops of a mescal of the genus Lophophora, used as a hallucinogen, especially by certain Indians of Mexico and the southwestern U.S. during religious ceremonies; peyote.
[mes-kuh-lair-oh] /ˌmɛs kəˈlɛər oʊ/ noun, plural Mescaleros (especially collectively) Mescalero. 1. a member of a group of Apache Indians who originally inhabited northern Mexico and the southwestern U.S. east of the Rio Grande, have intermarried with the Chiricahua and Lipan, and are presently situated in New Mexico.