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incense

n. marijuana. (Drugs.) Hank likes to burn a little incense every now and then.
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"Very well, monsieur, if what you say is true," exclaimed De Wardes, thoroughly incensed, "I at least find in you one who will not escape me.
Pray think of that; the king will be incensed at our disobedience, particularly at such a time, -- and his majesty will be in the right."
But the beleaguering prince was so incensed against them for their long resistance that he said he would spare none but the women and children--all men should be put to the sword without exception, and all their goods destroyed.
Summary: Agra (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Aug 4 (ANI): A man incensed with his wife for talking to another man on WhatsApp, forced her to drink mosquito repellent liquid and then strangulated her to death, police said.
The post incensed doctors across the States who deal with the aftermath of gun violence that has seen more than 12,000 people killed and 24,500 injured this year.
He added that the driver had vehemently resisted the demand by the officials and was shot dead by one of the incensed custom officers who frowned at his insubordination.
Incensed "He's turned around to me and said a minute to go.
Yahweh was both "incensed" and pacified by various odors and there was a perpetual fear of the wrath of god appearing in a thunderous cloud for some mistake in the ritual.
Rossiter was incensed with his side's poor gating in last Monday's heavy defeat at Wolverhampton - which was the Bees' eighth reverse in nine Elite League fixtures.
Manchester City striker Adebayor, playing against his former club Arsenal for the first time, incensed thousands of Gunners supporters with the crazy stunt.
The Chelsea players were incensed and Drogba was clearly the most vociferous in his protest.