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trip

1. n. a prison sentence; a trip up the river. (Underworld.) Yeah, me and Lefty both was on a little trip for a few years.
2. n. a high from a drug. (Drugs.) Me and Sid went on a little trip.
3. in. to experience a high from a drug, especially LSD. Don’t bother Bart. He’s tripping.
4. n. a bad drug experience. (Drugs.) Boy, did I ever have a trip with that stuff!
5. n. an annoying person or thing. She is such a trip.
6. in. to leave. Time to trip. See ya.
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Forward lay the windlass and its tackle, with the chain and hemp cables, all very unpleasant to trip over; the fo'c'sle stovepipe, and the gurry-butts by the fo'c'sle-hatch to hold the fish-livers.
Each trip meant ten dollars, but to the Wades, to whom this one hundred and eighty-seven dollars--the first actual money they had seen in over a year--was a fortune, these journeys were rides of triumph, fugitive flashes of glory in the long, gray struggle.
Ferguson; secondly, as to the trip itself, which, some contended, would not be undertaken at all, and which was really contemplated, according to others; thirdly, upon the success or failure of the enterprise; and fourthly, upon the probabilities of Dr.
I remember my brother-in-law going for a short sea trip once, for the benefit of his health.
Garrison kindly took charge of all the details necessary for the success of the trip, and he, as well as other friends, gave us a great number of letters of introduction to people in France and England, and made other arrangements for our comfort and convenience abroad.
After spending some time in Antwerp, we were invited to go with a part of a half-dozen persons on a trip through Holland.
It was worth a trip to Holland, too, just to get a sight of three or four hundred fine Holstein cows grazing in one of those intensely green fields.
From Holland we went to Belgium, and made a hasty trip through that country, stopping at Brussels, where we visited the battlefield of Waterloo.
I am disappointed, but I shall let my trip to England wait a month; then we can go back together.
As the cruise was to consume a year at least, for they were to stop for indefinite periods at various points of interest, Clayton mentally anathematized Tennington for ever suggesting such a ridiculous trip.
So, on his next trip, Bim and Bawn, two young men, and of hunters the craftiest, followed after him, taking care not to be seen.
Quoting the exact figures the report indicated that the numbers of domestic tourism trips during the current school mid-term break were 1,013,000 with a total spent of SR 2.
To make a reservation for any of these trips, call the Trips & Tours Department at (661) 259-9444, Ext.
This study was designed to analyze the effect of wilderness-based expeditions on the self-concept of adolescents participating in expeditionary length trips at Camp Manito-wish, YMCA.