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  • EN [ ˈdʒʌŋki]
  • US [ ˈdʒʌŋki]

English definition


  • 1. a narcotics addict

  • 2. someone who is so ardently devoted to something that it resembles an addiction;

    • "a golf addict"
    • "a car nut"
    • "a news junkie"

Example sentences

  • Don't listen to this junkie slag.

  • I'm like junkie wanting a proper fix these days.

  • Molly: At least I am not fat like you, Mr. Junk food junkie.

  • You're an adrenaline junkie with no soul!

  • Molly: I use to be a junkie, but that was bad for my eyes.

  • Louie could tell you lied if you said no junkie could kick it.

  • The junkie cries for love but it's all run out.

  • My brother is a Junkie.

  • The junkie stole money in order to buy more drugs.

  • TIME : We heard you were a Space Invaders junkie.

  • Michael : I'm the farthest thing from a junkie. Trust me.

  • So why would an adrenaline junkie like you, waste his time with photoshopping?

  • Ted be a tv junkie.

  • It a retail heaven for any fashion junkie.

  • I'm a praise junkie.

  • The guy could be aa transvestite aa junkie a chain saw murderer , or someone really sick.

  • I admit it, Im a hotel junkie.

  • Did you eat at home or are you a junkie?

  • I m a movie junkie, I just love seeing them!

  • Cheung plays a rock star junkie who tackles parenthood.

  • Amazingly, one in 50 wished they looked like scrawny junkie rocker Pete Doherty.

  • So we're going to go with clumsy junkie thieves?

  • It turned the country into an "aid junkie", heavily dependent on its annual fix of dollars.

  • His son was a junkie, the kid OD'd a year ago.


  • junkie

    • The junkies can not be helped, you know.

    • Junkies are really guilty of the most heinous crimes.

    • Zuckennan describes himself as a newspaper and magazine junky.

Meaning of junkie

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