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mes·ca·line / ˈmeskəlin; -ˌlēn/ • n. a hallucinogenic and intoxicating compound, (CH3O)3C6H2CH2CH2NH2, present in mescal buttons from the peyote cactus.

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mescaline Psychedelic drug obtained from the dried tops of the peyote cactus, Lophophora williamsii. In North America, mescaline is used in some Native American religious rites.

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mescaline (mesk-ă-leen) n. an alkaloid present in the dried tops of the cactus Lophophora williamsii that produces inebriation and hallucinations when ingested.

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mescaline (mĕs´kələn), perception-altering substance found in peyote. See hallucinogenic drug.

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