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pot sniffer

Any dog trained by law enforcement to detect drugs, especially marijuana, by smell. I broke out in a cold sweat when I saw them bring the pot sniffers onto the bus. There's no way I'm smuggling dope through the airport—that place is crawling with pot sniffers!
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slang One's nose. Put your sniffer up to these roses I just brought in from the garden. Don't they smell divine? The ball hit her right in the sniffer.
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pot sniffer

See also: pot, sniffer
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