Definition of Mind-altering
1. Adjective. Producing mood changes or distorted perception. "Hallucinogenic drugs are mind-altering substances"
Lexicographical Neighbors of Mind-altering
Literary usage of Mind-altering
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Schools Without Drugs: What Works (1993)
"Mood-altering is a deceptive euphemism for mind-altering. The implication of the phrase mood-altering is that only temporary feelings are involved. ..."
2. Seraphim Trilogy Book One; What the Herald Angel Sang by Teralee E. M. Bird (2004)
"The mind-altering elixer bound with the heated human colostrum quickly took effect, as the Worm had told him it would. The child settled more comfortably ..."
3. Stopping Alcohol & Other Drug Use Before It Starts: The Future of Preventionedited by Robert L. DuPont edited by Robert L. DuPont (1996)
"This child's parents/caretakers openly used/use alcohol, illegal drugs, or prescription mind-altering drugs to excess in front of this child. D (5) 12. ..."
4. Medical Marijuana Referenda Movement in America: Hearing Before the edited by Bill McCollum (2001)
"... are going to continue to enforce, as strongly as we can, laws against the use of mind altering drugs including marijuana which is a mind altering drug. ..."
5. Schools and Drugs: A Guide to Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Curricula (1993)
"Abuse of mind altering substances ranges from initial experimentation to hard core addiction. The underlying causes of drug abuse include the entire ..."
6. Toward a Drug-Free Generation: A Nations Responsibility by Laura F. Cavazos (1995)
"Dorothy Leonard, Member National PTA Board of Directors "mind-altering substances are designed to distract the mind and, therefore, are particularly ..."
7. Marijuana Use in America: Hearing Before the Committee on the Judiciary U. S (1996)
"The chairman's and other statements this morning reflect a very accurate view, a very realistic view, that when the fight against mind-altering drugs—and ..."
8. Drug Abuse Curriculum for Employee Assistance Program Professionalsby DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"One of the primary goals in the treatment of patients with dependency disorders is to make them free of mind-altering drugs. ..."