Examples of steroid in a Sentence
He was accused of taking steroids.
Recent Examples of steroid from the Web
Heroin is like steroids for drug gangs, pumping money and muscle into their fight to control territory and transportation routes to the United States.
Delia Durham, the counselor, brought Walker cologne, steroids and restaurant meals, the inmate said.
Rodriguez joined that exclusive club in August 2010, becoming the youngest player to do it, at 32 years 8 days, before his career was enveloped in a steroid shroud.
Weightlifting’s longstanding doping problem was shown with 49 of the 111 positive tests, most involving steroids, in reanalysis of samples from the 2008 Beijing Olympics and 2012 London Olympics.
Weightlifting's longstanding doping problem was shown with 49 of the 111 positive tests, most involving steroids, in reanalysis of samples from the 2008 Beijing Olympics and 2012 London Olympics.
With that change in rhythm, and a weather system on steroids, come a host of problems.
Hey, Hoynsie: Is there a rule that allows a MLB player to take medication containing a steroid if it’s considered a medical necessity?.
Spectators at the Punkin Chunkin, an annual pumpkin-launching competition held just after Halloween in Lewes, Delaware, say the cannonade sounds like a high-powered rifle on steroids.
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Origin and Etymology of steroid
International Scientific Vocabulary sterol + -oid
First Known Use: 1926
STEROID Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of steroid for English Language Learners
: a natural substance that is produced in the body
STEROID Defined for Kids
Definition of steroid for Students
: any of various chemical compounds that include many hormones (as anabolic steroids)
Medical Definition of steroid
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