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1. n. marijuana. (see also mother nature(’s).) She grows her own mother in a pot in her room.
2. n. a drug dealer; one’s own drug dealer upon whom one depends. (Drugs.) If you can’t trust your mother, who can you trust?
3. Go to motherfucker (sense 3).
- (Holy) Mother of God
- a mother hen
- a mummy's/mother's boy
- and his mother
- apron strings
- at (one's) mother's knee
- at your mother's knee
- be mother
- be tied to (one's) mother's apron strings
- be tied to your mother's apron strings
- Diligence is the mother of good luck
- dog’s mother
- each and every one
- earth mother
- every mother's son
- every mother's son of them
- every Tom, Dick, and Harry
- everybody and his mother
- everybody and their mother
- everyone and his mother
- everyone and their mother
- expectant mother
- Experience is the father of wisdom
- experience is the mother of wisdom
- face only a mother could love
- founding mother (of something)
- He that would the daughter win, must with the mother first begin
- Hen-ree! Henry Aldrich! Coming, Mother!
- like father, like son
- like father/mother, like son/daughter
- Like mother, like daughter
- Mother Carey is plucking her chickens
- mother lode
- Mother Nature
- mother nature’s
- mother of
- mother of pearl
- mummy's boy
- necessity is the mother of innovation
- necessity is the mother of invention
- old enough to be (one's) mother
- old enough to be mother
- refrigerator mother
- Shall I be mother?
- swear on (one's) mother's grave
- swear on a stack of Bibles
- sweet Mary, mother of God
- the mother and father of all (something)
- the mother country
- the mother of all
- the mother of all (something)
- the mother of something
- the/(one's) mother country
- the/(one's) mother tongue
- tied to his mother's apron strings
- tied to mother's apron strings
- who's she, the cat's mother?
- who's she—the cat's mother?
- you kiss your mother with that mouth?
- your mother tongue
- your mother's, wife's, etc. apron strings