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climb

obsolete slang A marijuana cigarette. Someone at the party passed me a climb after I'd already had a number of whiskeys. I don't remember too much after that.
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climb

1. n. a marijuana cigarette. (Drugs. The means to a high.) I need a climb to set me straight.
2. tv. to scold someone. The boss climbed Harry for being late.
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