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wet
 n.— «Allen was “running with a crowd doing a lot of drugs”: marijuana, crack, PCP and a potent concoction called “Wet,” which is marijuana laced with formaldehyde.» —“The Self-Destruction of David Allen” by James F. McCarty Cleveland Plain Dealer (Ohio) Apr. 30, 1995. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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