nugget


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

nugget

A regional term for amphetamine.
References in classic literature ?
Stop your fooling and tell me where that nugget is.
When I come to, there was Vahna spread-eagled on top of the nugget, and the old fellow with a beak jabbering away solemnly as if going through some sort of religious exercises.
Well, I just sat there looking at the chip in the moonlight, and turning it over and over and figuring what it was and where it'd come from, when all of a sudden there was a snap inside my head as if something had broken, and then I could see Vahna spread-eagled on that big nugget and the old fellow with the beak waving the stone knife, and .
And I ain't been able to figure out how to get back that big nugget.
Of course they never carried that monster nugget up there.
I was standing before an exhibit of facsimiles of the record nuggets which had been discovered in the goldfields of the Antipodes.
7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - NYX Gaming Group (NYX), the market leading digital content and technology supplier to gaming operators across the world, announced today that Golden Nugget Atlantic City is now live on the NYX Open Platform System (OPS) in New Jersey.
A BUDDING gold panner who found a PS10,000 nugget in a Scottish river has told how he almost threw it back.
85-kilogram) gold nugget that was "practically lying on bare ground", reports Xinhua news agency.
Amyloglucosidase was capable of hydrolyzing starches from various botanical sources to produce a porous structure that absorbed and delivered liquid oil into a dry system for bake-only nugget applications.
A rare and giant gold nugget that was excavated in northern California has sold for a whopping $400,000.
The Culinary and Bartenders Unions negotiating committee reached an agreement for a new five-year contract with the Golden Nugget Las Vegas on 17 April 2014.