(US drugs) a thrill, a feeling of excitement, esp. after using narcotics.
|AS II:9 390: To get a drive out of anything is to get a thrill or ‘kick’.‘Argot of the Vagabond’ in|
|Amer. Tramp and Und. Sl. 67: Drive. – A thrill. Formerly that exhilaration derived from narcotics; now, any temporary pleasure or uplift of spirit.|
|Man with the Golden Arm 58: Man, their eyes when that big drive hits ’n goes tinglin’ down to the toes.|
|Junkie (1966) 26: Take two strips of benny and two goof balls. They get down there and have a fight. It’s a good drive.|
|,||DAS 34/2: big drive, the A large or comparatively pure injection of narcotoics.|
|World’s Toughest Prison 797: drive – A thrill.|
(US campus) to make a joke at someone else’s expense.
|Student Sl. in Cohen (1997) 19: get a drive on one To make a joke at another’s expense.|