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  • n. Agent noun of drug deal: one who illegally sells drugs.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. an unlicensed dealer in illegal drugs


to drug deal + -er (Wiktionary)


  • Soon as I got back to the city, we leaned on a network of junkie snitches to see what could be learned about a drug dealer named Loco.

    Beach Road

  • Needless to say, the Powers That Be were hardly happy to surrender a major American city to a messianic drug dealer with a cultlike following, but the extraordinary abilities of Collier and his people, as well as the futuristic technology at his command, made taking back Seattle a risky endeavor.


  • They made a few calls and learned that Brutus worked for a drug dealer named Tyrese Barton.

    Tell No One

  • Jonathan Tolliver, a low-level drug dealer and gang member, had been charged in the shooting death of Officer Michael Ceriale, a rookie patrolman who was on a drug stakeout in the Robert Taylor Homes public housing complex.

    Defending the Damned

  • Ray Warchaizer was in the room with Stuey when a drug dealer showed up one night.

    One of a Kind

  • The police will dismiss Wilton Reynolds as a drug dealer and celebrate one more criminal permanently removed from society.


  • Savich was charged with the murder of Freddy Morris, one of his many employees, a drug dealer whom undercover narcotics officers had caught making and distributing methamphetamine.


  • "Two hours from now everybody in town'll know there's a rich drug dealer down here snapping up land for the bridge …"

    The Empress File


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