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pot

n. slang for marijuana, an illegal narcotic.

See: award, cannabis, stake
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Very clever were some of their productions, pasteboard guitars, antique lamps made of old-fashioned butter boats covered with silver paper, gorgeous robes of old cotton, glittering with tin spangles from a pickle factory, and armor covered with the same useful diamond shaped bits left inn sheets when the lids of preserve pots were cut out.
So, year after year, Silas Marner had lived in this solitude, his guineas rising in the iron pot, and his life narrowing and hardening itself more and more into a mere pulsation of desire and satisfaction that had no relation to any other being.
So he strode round the corner and met the boy, took the pot from his hand, and disappeared into the mist while the boy howled with fear.
This good counsel was followed, and a little pot of fat was bought.
THEN the mouse came out of her jam pot, and Benjamin took the paper bag off his head, and they told the doleful tale.
Parting Scenes Between Brothers, Cousins, Wives, Sweethearts, and Pot Companions.
The good advice was followed, and a pot of fat was bought, but they did not know where to put it.
Immediately she turned and left the hut, and as she passed through the doorway Tarzan saw that she carried a cooking pot in her hand.
The inn looked fair to his eyes, and the shade of the oak trees that stood around it seemed cool and pleasant, so he alighted from his horse to rest himself for a time, calling for a pot of ale to refresh his thirsty throat.
He was followed at a little distance by two sturdy natives bearing a steaming pot which they carried on a pole between them.
When the sun became too hot, Rosa likewise took in the pot from eleven in the morning until two in the afternoon.
A filled straight belonging to French Louis gave him a pot of five thousand against two sets of threes held by Campbell and Kearns.