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chronic

slang Marijuana, especially that which is particularly potent. Got any chronic? I need to forget this horrible day.
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chronic

n. very high quality marijuana containing lots of THC. (Probably from the association of THC with the use of marijuana in cases of chronic pain.) Where can I get some genuine chronic.
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