Examples of addictive in a Sentence
highly addictive drugs like crack and heroin
the addictive thrill of surfing
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The Soy Garlic and Tangy Citrus Chipotle sauces are equally addictive, as is the Honey Onion seasoning that, interestingly enough, tastes like popcorn.
Lawmakers and addiction specialists, however, say that the limits are needed because opioids are extremely addictive, and that overprescribing helped fuel the current crisis.
These days, the highly addictive, highly abused painkillers have been largely swapped out for Tylenol and ibuprofen as part of a program to stem the cycle of opioid addiction behind bars.
If a Los Angeles Superior Court judge has his way, California businesses will have to put similar warnings on something else that can be addictive, coffee.
By the time the addictive, shuffling beat kicks in, the optical illusions commence as Grande then struts onto the ceiling.
Vivitrol, also known as naltrexone, is a non-addictive, non-narcotic monthly shot designed to reduce cravings and block users from getting high.
Start with a tamal, a hearty breakfast dish made from corn flour, chickpeas, chicken, pork belly and egg wrapped and steamed in a plantain leaf that imbues the meat with addictive, custardy flavour.
Marco Canora’s East Village restaurant Hearth serves charred carrots with sunflower seed hummus and lemon confit that are positively addictive.
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ADDICTIVE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of addictive for English Language Learners
: causing a strong and harmful need to regularly have or do something
: very enjoyable in a way that makes you want to do or have something again
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