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pot someone up

pot someone up  v. phr.— «With the system Bill has engineered, we can hear every word Sid says for four-and-a-half hours, but the listeners can only hear what he’s saying when we choose to “pot him up,” as they say in the radio...

couch lock

couch lock
 n.— «Puff a bowl, wait just a little while and-BAM Couch Lock!» —“NL #5″ Usenet: alt.drugs.pot.cultivation Nov. 21, 1997. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

flower pot

flower pot  n.— «The “flower pot” was a steel container that was laid on the concrete slipway into which the ends of wooden poles were placed. Attached to the poles were “thwarts” (horizontal beams), along which...

deckle

deckle  n.— «One floor-length refrigerated case contains at least 50 meat varieties, including such out-of-the ordinary stewing specialties as collicle (shoulder) and chuck deckle (pot roast).» —“A Time-Saver for the Kosher...

collicle

collicle  n.— «One floor-length refrigerated case contains at least 50 meat varieties, including such out-of-the ordinary stewing specialties as collicle (shoulder) and chuck deckle (pot roast).» —“A Time-Saver for the Kosher...

deckle

deckle  n.— «The “deckle” is really a layer of very fatty meat on the inner side of a beef brisket and very probably not what you were buying on the East Coast. The cut that was being called “deckle” was very likely...