Definition of wacky baccy in English:

wacky baccy

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[mass noun] British informal
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  • Her disastrous proposal for mandatory fines for cannabis users had to be abandoned after seven members of the shadow Cabinet admitted ‘experimenting’ with wacky baccy.
  • You get gangs of young people, some as young as 12 or 13, smoking what looks like wacky baccy.
  • They should spend a little less time smoking wacky baccy and listening to that tuneless rubbish called dance music, and rather more time being seen and not heard.

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