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pot

n. slang for marijuana, an illegal narcotic.

See: award, cannabis, stake
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I had no notion of a kiln, such as the potters burn in, or of glazing them with lead, though I had some lead to do it with; but I placed three large pipkins and two or three pots in a pile, one upon another, and placed my firewood all round it, with a great heap of embers under them.
John did not find Meg's beauty diminished, though she beamed at him from behind the familiar coffee pot.
Micawber evidently had his presentiment on the subject too, but he put it in his tin pot and swallowed it.
From this time forth no one invited the cat to be godmother, but when the winter had come and there was no longer anything to be found outside, the mouse thought of their provision, and said: 'Come, cat, we will go to our pot of fat which we have stored up for ourselves--we shall enjoy that.
From this time on no one asked the Cat to stand godmother; but when the winter came and there was nothing to be got outside, the Mouse remembered their provision and said, 'Come, Cat, we will go to our pot of fat which we have stored away; it will taste very good.
cried the poplar, and she held up all her branches in surprise, just as we hold up our hands--and down tumbled the pot of gold.
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.
Kearns had dealt, and French Louis had opened the pot with one marker--in his case one hundred dollars.
If there aren't openers for a long time, the pot grows to tremendous proportions.
In the kitchen she caught up an iron pot that stood on the back of the stove and said: `You got many, Shimerdas no got.
Poor Pinocchio ran to the fireplace where the pot was boiling and stretched out his hand to take the cover off, but to his amazement the pot was only painted
He was followed at a little distance by two sturdy natives bearing a steaming pot which they carried on a pole between them.