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spliff

slang A hand-rolled cigarette containing marijuana, especially when mixed with tobacco. Wanna come by later and smoke a couple spliffs with me? Thought we could listen to Dark Side of the Moon, or something. His parents walked in on him rolling up a spliff, so he's grounded for the next month.

spliff

and shpleef and spleef and splim (splɪf and ʃplif and splif and splɪm)
n. marijuana; a marijuana cigarette; hashish. They consume an enormous amount of spliff and try to sell it to the tourists.

splim

verb
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Prof Alexander Forrest told the inquest: "Ross had smoked a spliff or cannabis cigarette and four to five hours had elapsed between that time and the time Shania was found.
FORGET anti-ageing creams and coconut water - Lady Gaga just lights up a spliff to feel 10 years younger.
In other words, he'll have to ownup to those spliffs.
Then he turns to the camera and grins: "I am showing you an ancient art form known as rolling natural herbs to create what is known as...THE SPLIFF!"
She wrote alongside the photo: RIHANNA heads to a smoky joint in Amsterdam and provocatively poses with two massive spliffs in her mouth.
He was arrested last year in toilets on Hampstead Heath with crack cocaine and boasted in December he was smoking only "seven or eight" spliffs a day, down from 25.
Robert got nicked for including spliffs with the Gold Top and has been told to expect a custodial sentence.
WILD-EYED Kate Moss smoked spliffs, got high on poppers and begged a DJ for drugs at a showbiz pal's birthday party, it was claimed yesterday.
He said: "Then someone in Kate's group started rolling spliffs. When Kate came back she seemed even more lively and desperate to dance."
One bystander said: "The guards were obviously turning a blind eye to drug use because I watched several marchers skin up pretty impressive spliffs."
I'M staggered by the arrogance and stupidity of Joss Stone who thinks she sounds "cool" telling people how she loves smoking spliffs (Daily Mirror, March 1).
The skinny singer, right, who slimmed to a scrawny size 6 at one point, explains: "I'd get up, smoke two big spliffs then think I should eat something so I'd have a fry-up.
He has gained more publicity for his recreational habits than his music, but you can be sure that George Michael will put down the spliffs when he takes to the stage for his first UK tour in 15 years.
"When you smoke as many spliffs as he has done you simply cease to function.