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- v. To manufacture; to fabricate; to falsify; to devise an elaborate lie.
- v. To prepare a heroin dose by heating.
- v. To prepare a meal.
- v. To manufacture a significant amount of illegal drugs (LSD, meth, etc.)
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. prepare or cook by mixing ingredients
- v. make up something artificial or untrue
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Tells his troubles to wifey-poo, who’s an expert on blitzing people out with herbs, and they cook up a plan that will eliminate all their problems: Cut up Chancellor and set the kid up for the murder.
Frusts, and Crusts, and Rusts of antiquity, which travellers can cook up for it. — ’Twas all that stuck on the right side of the cullender in my own, of what Spon and others, in their accounts of
I was only curious because I didn't know you were a "leet haxor", but I suppose if you were able to cook up that email programme, you must be pretty au fait with these things. '
"leet haxor", but I suppose if you were able to cook up that email programme, you must be pretty au fait with these things. '
"Yeasay, ask the systems if they can cook up somethin 'for that."