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- adj. producing hallucinations
- n. a substance that is a hallucinogen.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. capable of producing hallucinations.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of producing hallucinations
One gram of psilocybin, the psychoactive ingredient in hallucinogenic mushrooms, is seen on a scale at New York University.
The state senator spearheading the second legislative attempt to ban Salvia divinorum - which can cause a short-term hallucinogenic experience after it's chewed or smoked - said Monday that Firoz's acquittal will be a topic of conversation if LB123 is debated today as scheduled.
The cast is getting the script for the episode today, and Murphy promises it will be a weird, "hallucinogenic" treatment.
Musically upbeat and swinging, the song works as a kind of hallucinogenic collage of advertising detritus think Mad Men meets The Magic Roundabout, with the vocal, narrated by Mitch Benn with Tim Dickenson as Greggery, drawn from 1950s marketing diction.
Having taken LSD and shrooms a few times in my youth, the "hallucinogenic" effects of cannabis aren't in the same galaxy!
This kind of hallucinogenic fish poisoning, called Ichthyoallyeinotoxism, was previously only reported in the Indo Pacific.
And then renders the whole thing in a kind of hallucinogenic cell-shaded 3D.
Part of me thinks that Locke gave Charlie some kind of hallucinogenic like he gave Boone, and I really like your theory about Walt's possible involvement, Cihan.
There's some kind of hallucinogenic effect, and they end up going to the hospital.
There was some kind of hallucinogenic plant that was believed to be the cause of this because it was so prevalent and was in everyone's diet (not that 'everyone' was that many people back then).