to make use of habitually to devote to habituate with to
- Addicted devoted
- to cause (someone or yourself) in order to become dependent (on anything, particularly a narcotic medication)
- an individual who can be so ardently devoted to something which it resembles an addiction
- an individual who is physiologically influenced by a substance; abrupt starvation of this material produces detachment signs
- hooked; dedicated.
- To apply constantly; to devote; to habituate; -- with to.
- To adapt; to make appropriate; to suit.
When you imagine an addict symbolizes anything or someone inside your life which you have lost control over. An addict signifies a weak, lost and lonely individual. In the event that you fancy you're hooked on a drug suggest that you've got a very poor confidence degree and require an optimistic boost. You might want to focus on your insecurities before it receives the best people. Addiction - becoming addicted to something in life good or bad isn't that healthy. Whenever you dream of becoming hooked on a substance shows that one thing in your lifetime is a lot like a drug for you. Will you be a possessive person? You could feel dependent on see your face and feel you are able to work without them. As an alternative being hooked within dream can also express you maybe not planning to adjust with culture.
The habitual user of every habit-forming medication such a narcotic, tranquiliser, hallucinatory medicine or amphetamines.
1530s (suggested in hooked), from Latin addictus, past participle of addicere "to produce, award, yield; give assent, make over, offer," figuratively "to dedicate, consecrate; give up, offer completely, betray" from ad- "to" (see ad-) + dicere "say, declare" (see diction), but also "adjudge, allot." Early in the day in English as an adjective, "delivered, dedicated" (1520s). Related: Addicted; addicting.
- 1909, in reference to morphine, from addict (v.).
(p. p.) Addicted; dedicated.
- (v. t.) To apply habitually; to dedicate; to habituate; -- with to.
- (v. t.) To adapt; to make ideal; to fit.
He advised him to addict himself to an assiduous study of the more idiomatic English writers, such as Swift and Addison - with a view to unlearn his foreign idiom and recover his halfforgotten vernacular - a task, however, which he never perfectly accomplished.