Definition of lude
- a dosage of Methaqualone.
- short for "Quaaludes", a brand-name for the pharmaceutical methaqualone. A sedative developed in the 1950s and used clandestinely as a recreational drug during the 60s and 70s. Made a Schedule I drug in the US in 1984.
Citation from "Free of One's Melancholy Self", The Paris Review, Angela Serratore, January 28, 2014 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
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