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doobie

slang A marijuana cigarette; a joint. It sure smells like those kids out in the park are passing a doobie back and forth.
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doobie

and dooby and duby (ˈdubi)
n. a marijuana cigarette; a fat marijuana cigarette. (Drugs.) Frank sells doobies like they were candy. Can you spare me a dooby, brother?

dooby

verb
See doobie

duby

verb
See doobie
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