Examples of inhalant in a Sentence
The medicine is now available as an inhalant.
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Those worlds collide when George and a handful of other creatures are exposed to an inhalant that sets off a genetic chain reaction.
My friend Paul Salopek produced dozens of investigative stories, about abuses by the border patrol, the inhalant epidemic, the lives of transvestite prostitutes in Juarez.
Drugs like inhalants can change the structure of the nervous system by destroying myelin: the fatty substance that coats the nerves like insulation.
But there was something else, something familiar, drifting up and hitting me like an intoxicating inhalant.
The state agency said nearly twice as many Americans abuse prescription drugs than use cocaine, hallucinogens, heroin and inhalants combined.
Sudden cardiac death from fatal cardiac arrhythmias has been reported even in teen inhalant abusers.
These include oral and topical medications, inhalants and injections.
Outside the commercial world, nitrous oxide is best known for its recreational use as an inhalant for getting high.
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INHALANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inhalant for English Language Learners
medical : a medicine or illegal drug that is breathed into the lungs
medical Definition of inhalant
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