(drugs) marijuana, occas. hashish.
|Coll. Stories (1990) 266: She made him smoke pot and when he got jagged [...] she put him out on the street.‘Pork Chop Paradise’|
|(con. 1948) Flee the Angry Strangers 33: Pod, Doncher; don’t say pot [...] It’s the intellectuals from college and all who come on that way.|
|Scene (1996) 60: Pot is marijuana.|
|Flat 4 King’s Cross (1966) 102: ‘Pot?’ I asked. ‘Tea. Marijuana. Hashish’.|
|Sir, You Bastard 35: More as one expected a pot-smoking nymphomaniac to look.|
|(con. 1940s) Tattoo (1977) 224: Dumbass had a sack of pot – whole fuckin gunnysack full – tryin to cure it in Avis’ old lady’s garage and it caught fire!|
|Secrets of Harry Bright (1986) 37: They were a pair of drifters [...] who usually made their living growing pot in Oregon.|
|Pulp Fiction [film script] 78: You were lookin’ in the mirror and you wish you had some pot?|
|Guardian Rev. 18 June 13: Can’t even handle pot anymore.|
|Indep. on Sun. Real Life 30 Jan. 3: Jack Straw [...] marched his son off to the police station for smoking pot.|
|Turning (2005) 284: The ropey smell of pot in the air.‘Boner McPharlin’s Moll’ in|
|Sowetan (Johannesburg) 24 June [Internet] By the age of 13 he was skipping school to get drunk and smoke pot.|
|Times 20 Aug. 34/3: America’s pioneering experiment with legalised pot.|
see separate entry.
(drugs) a drink derived from brewing marijuana leaves and stalks.
|Time 7 July 21/1: Central to the drug scene is marijuana [...] it is ubiquitous and easily grown, can be smoked in ‘joints’ (cigarettes), baked in cookies or brewed in tea (‘pot likker’).|
|Drugs from A to Z (1970) 212: potlikker A tea brewed from marijuana waste, i.e., seeds and stems, which users say gives them a satisfactory high.|
|ONDCP Street Terms 17: Potlikker — Marijuana.|
one who smokes more than their share of a cannabis cigarette.
|Sheepshagger 131: Didn’t leave much on that Ianto, aye? Fuckin potpig yew.|
a marijuana cigarette.
|Last Toke 212: He reached in his pocket, brought out another fat pot stick.|
(drugs) to smoke marijuana.
|Current Sl. IV:2.|