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1A person who drinks large quantities of alcohol.
drunkard, drunk, inebriate, imbiber, tippler, sot, heavy drinker, hard drinker, serious drinker, problem drinkerView synonyms
- ‘The alcohol was so potent that upper class juiceheads turned to all nature of seltzers, tonic waters, juices and citrus to sand the edges off their cocktails.’
- ‘I wish they would criminalize alcohol so I could listen to these juiceheads whine!’
- ‘Juiceheads, however, were a problem when they drank too much.’
- ‘On one such Saturday night, the phone rang, and it was two juiceheads drinking at the Hotel across the alley.’
- ‘The only issue is that portion of drinkers who are juiceheads but won't own up to it.’
2A person who habitually takes anabolic steroids to enhance their physical performance.
- ‘Something tells me that she does not need to hire a juicehead to beat him.’
- ‘I only call people "juiceheads" if they are disgustingly vain and rude and think a ton of gear use makes them some sort of God.’
- ‘I hate it when I'm at the gym and I wanna use the medicine balls but all these juiceheads are there.’
- ‘I was a skinny kid and some juiceheads told me to quit running if i wanted to get huge.’
- ‘Juiceheads avoid gynecomastia by taking anti-estrogens, or by exclusively using steroids that can't be converted to estrogen.’
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