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a cigarette with no name
A marijuana cigarette; a joint. I think those kids out in the park are passing a cigarette with no name back and forth.
kick the (something)
slang To overcome an addiction to something. It took gum, patches, and even hypnosis, but I've finally kicked the habit. Unfortunately, the physical nature of heroin addiction means that kicking the habit isn't as simple as just wanting to stop. After saying such horrible things to my parents, I decided it was finally time to kick the booze for good.
See also: kick
slang A hand-rolled cigarette filled with marijuana; a joint. My brother and I sat out on the back porch, passing a no-brand cigarette back and forth while discussing the mysteries of the universe.
slang A hand-rolled cigarette filled with marijuana; a joint. My brother and I sat out on the back porch, passing a no-name cigarette back and forth while discussing the mysteries of the universe.
Machine-rolled cigarettes not produced by companies with well-known or reputable brands. He was sentenced to six months in jail for selling cheap, off-brand cigarettes outside a strip mall in north Denver. Studies have shown that off-brand cigarettes can contain nearly twice as many cancer-causing chemicals as those produced by established brands such as Marlboro or Camel.
take a drag (on something)
To inhale smoke from something, especially a cigarette. The detective took a drag on his last cigarette and then crushed the butt beneath his heel. I'm trying to quit smoking, but do you mind if I just take a drag?
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cigarette with no nameand no brand cigarette and no name cigarette
n. a marijuana cigarette. (Drugs.) You got one of them cigarettes with no name? Bud’s been smoking no name cigarettes again.
no brand cigaretteverb
no name cigaretteverb
n. a marijuana cigarette. (Drugs.) Shorty smokes nothing but those off-brand cigarettes.
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