from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Capable of or fit for being smoked (as tobacco, etc.)
- n. Something that can be smoked.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being smoked; suitable or ready to be smoked.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being smoked.
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If the American Farm Bureaus and Farmers Unions were truly serving their constituents, they would be pushing hard for legal pot so that its far more profitable (but essentially un-smokable) cousin could again bring prosperity to American farmers.
The way Latisha lights plates of crack on fire to create smokable resin ... usually while in bed.
If hemp was legalized as a smokable drug (like tobacco) it would be available for sale at a much lower price for much higher quality in commercial establishments.
"I don't wanna talk about him right now," Janis said, knocking the flame from her cigarette into the dashboard ashtray, saving the smokable butt inside the cellophane wrap of her cigarette pack.
He's even blasted drug coverage in sister publications The Washington Postand NEWSWEEK. What would he make of all the recent stories about K2, or "fake marijuana," which is essentially a legal, smokable form of psychoactive potpourri?
Some plants produce one ounce of smokable marijuana, while others are capable of producing 10 ounces or more, depending on how well they're cared for.
For the hard core users, surely it can be whipped into a snort-able or smokable powder.
Now is a good time to ingest some chemicals, especially the smokable kind … does an appetite good!
Reefer Madness laws aimed at that other smokable and medicinal public-domain natural plant (and it's non-smokable cousin, hemp).
The doublethink occurs when you consider that, since the 1970s, there have been patients who were prescribed marijuana (not the synthetic Marinol, but actual smokable marijuana) to treat their glaucoma.