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doobie Line breaks: doo¦bie

Entry from British & World English dictionary

Definition of doobie in English:

noun

informal
A cannabis cigarette.
Example sentences
  • They dress garishly, drink flute after flute of bubbly, chain-smoke cigarettes and giant doobies, snort piles of cocaine (or pastry flour, if they've been duped) and throw themselves at every young muscled thing in their vicinity.
  • When I blaze up a doobie, all that happens is, I get a little monged out, extremely hungry and mostly sit around giggling at pretty much everything!
  • The only problem was, he had spent all his money getting the last few precious doobies he could.

Origin

1960s (originally US): of unknown origin.

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