from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Smoking material, such as Indian hemp, used especially in the Maghreb.
- n. The euphoria caused by smoking this material.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A kind of cannabis smoked in Morocco and Algeria, for narcotic or intoxicating effect.
- n. The trichome of marijuana, a green powdery substance that falls from dry marijuana high in THC and other cannabinoid compounds.
We were amazed in the market to see people openly smoking what they called kif in the popular long thin pipes with a clay bowl.
And, of course, the drugs that push attention inward: hashish and kif.
Allen Ginsberg saying no to kif, waving it away, declaring, “I'm for the stiff drink, the vapor high, where you sit and just think, where consciousness becomes common sense.”
But -- and with Charlaine Harris and Peter V. Brett over the past year giving me my first UK bestsellers I've been looking at this lots to see how Charlaine's doing and predict with Peter kif we had a chance at making -- the tail-off is where you start to see the difference in the two markets.
And the critics won't have to guess this time: the matted orange curls, caked with traces of sweat, semen, and kif, will be recognized as a crown that signals the coming of something truly special.
The corner of the hash was burning and the smell of the kif filled the entire immigration area with a sweet, pungent, India-Pakistan hippie smell.
Today, people make quick money by cutting and selling cedar and fir are for timber, as well as selling kif.
La réalité c'est que la colonisation anglaise ou US Pour moi c'est kif-kif a toujours été GENOCIDAIRE contrairement à la colonisation française ou espagnole.
The men brought back stuffed dates and preserved lemons, kif candy and almond cookies.
I've gone camping a fair amount and hope to do more; I've spent a month in North Africa no kif involved; here in TX we say "sir" and "ma'am" till it's coming out of our ears, and I now bristle if I'm not called "sir" in appropriate circumstances.
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