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harsh

mod. bad; rude. She’s a harsh lady and doesn’t care how you feel.

harsh toke

1. n. an irritating puff of a marijuana cigarette. (Drugs.) Wow, that was a harsh toke. Yuck!
2. n. anything or anyone unpleasant. Sally can sure be a harsh toke when she wants.
See also: harsh, toke
References in classic literature ?
Of course, all crimes are not crimes against property, though such are the crimes that the English law, valuing what a man has more than what a man is, punishes with the harshest and most horrible severity, if we except the crime of murder, and regard death as worse than penal servitude, a point on which our criminals, I believe, disagree.
In a statement, following a meeting with security figures in Iraq, Al-Muhandis said the terrorist group was dealt the harshest defeat, Al Waght reported.
In fact, according to a recent study, at least 42 states have confirmed populations of super lice, which carry gene mutations that allow them to survive even the harshest chemical treatments.
Humans living in the harshest of ways at what will soon be the coldest, harshest bit of the year.
They are also designed with embedded isolation to withstand the harshest industrial-grade electromagnetic interference and susceptibility without suffering fatal damage or generating noise.
To ensure high reliability and performance even in the harshest industrial automation environments weld-slag and oil-resistant (WSOR) jacketed, shielded cables are standard.
For years, cosmetic companies have been closely studying the survival mechanisms of some plants in the harshest environmental conditions to adapt them into breakthrough skincare products.
Company announces the Xtreme Metal Detector Enhanced Platform, which sets a new standard for metal detection and is recommended for the harshest applications.
We are working closely with the police to find out who is responsible for this and we will support the police in pushing for the harshest punishment the courts can give out to make sure these vandals are made an example of.
Tsubaki, one of the world's leading manufacturers of premium quality chain products, has developed a range of chains and associated sprockets for use in the harshest industrial environments.
In May, 100 percent of California was experiencing "severe" drought--the third harshest on a five-level scale--but since things have leveled off, that figure has only improved to 99.
Despite suffering from the harshest recession in its post-war history, which has brought unemployment to the highest rate since 1977, Italy has largely escaped from the social tensions that have plagued other troubled eurozone economies, such as Greece and Spain.
The woman said that she has received the harshest sentence for sex outside marriage, harshest sentence for drinking alcohol and on top of that she was found guilty of perjury, the report added.
Summary: Hasbaya MP Qassem Hashem called Sunday for subjecting collaborators with Israel to the harshest punishments, criticizing the recent release of a collaborator with the Jewish state.
Lyndon Faulkner, President and CEO of Peli, said, 'Peli Products is a trusted brand in the most demanding markets - first responders, military, aerospace and industrial - because our products excel in the harshest conditions known to man.