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smoke

1. n. a tobacco cigarette; a pipe of tobacco; a cigar. I think I’ll have a smoke now.
2. n. the act of smoking anything smokable, including drugs. I need a smoke—of anything. I’m going to stop here for a smoke.
3. n. methyl alcohol; bad liquor; any liquor. They call it smoke because when you mix it with water and shake it, it’s cloudy.
4. n. exaggeration; deception. (see also blow smoke, smoke and mirrors.) If the smoke is too obvious, they’ll just get suspicious.
5. tv. to annihilate someone; to shoot someone. (Underworld.) Rocko tried time and time again to smoke Marlowe, always without success.
6. tv. to beat someone in a contest; to outrun, outdistance, or outplay someone. Jill smoked Dave in the bicycle race.
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As a smokable product, it takes less marijuana to keep its users happy than it does for cigarette users, who smoke packs of cigarettes daily.
The freebase form, or crack cocaine, is insoluble in water and smokable by heating the cocaine powder with ammonia or sodium bicarbonate and water (Drug Facts & Comparisons, 2004; NIDA, 2002).
And in Sant Julia de Loria, the new tobacco museum provides a social and cultural perspective on tobacco production--so much a part of Andorran tradition--from field to curing barn to smokable.
Zimmer 1997 "The Social Pharmacology of Smokable Cocaine.
Heroin got a big boost in the early twentieth century during a crack down on smokable opium: heroin at that time was a legal but regulated narcotic whereas the relatively less potent smoking opium was banned outright.
Workers at the Safe Project in Birmingham know all too well the lengths that women on the streets will go to to ensure they can buy crack, which is a smokable form of cocaine.
Crack is a smokable, rapidly reacting form of cocaine base.
10) The main development in production during this time was the introduction of crack, which occurred when suppliers invented a safe and inexpensive process for making smokable cocaine.
It is licensed only by SEMANTIC constraints in the case of "optional transitives" (like verbs meaning eat, smoke, write whose object reference is semantically restricted to referents that are eatable, smokable, or writeable) and by pragmatic contexts similar to those that apply to subject ellipsis.
This sentence, from John Morgan and Lynn Zimmer's chapter on the social pharmacology of smokable cocaine (p.
This is not to say there is no difference between crack and powder cocaine; crack cocaine is powder cocaine dissolved in water, with baking soda added, then heated, then dried into hard, smokable pellets.
But it is safe and available legally by prescription, without exposing users to more than 400 other toxic chemicals found in smokable "pot.
Yet I had to canvass dozens of friends before I found one who'd actually tried it; opium in its smokable form is apparently all but impossible to obtain today, no doubt because smuggling heroin is so much easier and more lucrative.