Definition of Dexies
1. dexy [n] - See also: dexy
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Literary usage of Dexies
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1. Protecting Children in Substance-Abusing Families by Vickie Kropenske, Judy Howard (1995)
""Uppers," "pep pills," "bennies," "dexies," or "black beauties" are common terms used for amphetamines; references specifically to methamphetamine include ..."
2. Dr. Martin Luther's House-postil, Or, Sermons on the Gospels for the Sundays by Martin Luther (1871)
"PETER THRICE dexies THE LORD JESUS m THE HOUSE or CAIAPHAS. MATT. 26, 6&-T5. Now Peter sat without in the palace: and a damsel came ..."
3. Relief of Suffering Populations of the World: Hearings Before the Committee (1921)
"There being no objection, the matter referred to was ordered to be printed in the Record, as follows: dexies EUROPEAN' RELIEF FUND FED POLISH ARMY—OFFICER ..."
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