Definition of Hallucinogenic drug
1. Noun. A psychoactive drug that induces hallucinations or altered sensory experiences.
Specialized synonyms: Lsd, Lysergic Acid Diethylamide, Mescaline, Peyote, Angel Dust, Pcp, Phencyclidine, Phencyclidine Hydrochloride, Psilocin, Psilocybin, Salvinorin
Generic synonyms: Consciousness-altering Drug, Mind-altering Drug, Psychoactive Drug, Psychoactive Substance
Derivative terms: Hallucinogenic
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Literary usage of Hallucinogenic drug
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1. Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics 1995 edited by Kathleen Maguire (1996)
"... of the hallucinogenic drug PCP do not report themselves as users of hallucinogens-even though PCP was included as an example of a hallucinogenic drug in ..."
2. Technologies for Understanding and Preventing Substance Abuse and Addiction by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"Other than scattered studies of hallucinogenic drug use among hippies (12,14,45,46), few ethnographic studies have been completed on use of hallucinogenic ..."
3. Prevention Plus II: Tools for Creating and Sustaining Drug-Free Communities (1994)
"PCP PCP is a hallucinogenic drug; that is, a drug that alters sensation, mood, and consciousness and that may distort hearing, touch, smell, ..."
4. Illicit Drug Use, Smoking and Drinking by America's High School Students by Lloyd D. Johnston, Patrick M. O'Malley, Jerald G. Bachman (1993)
"Lifetime prevalence for the specific hallucinogenic drug PCP now stands at 3%, significantly lower than that of the other most widely used hallucinogen, ..."
5. Prevention Primer: An Encyclopedia of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"PCP is a hallucinogenic drug that alters sensation, mood, and consciousness and distorts hearing, touch, smell, taste, and vision. ..."