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pipe

Drug slang
noun
(1) Crack pipe;
(2) Marijuana pipe;
(3) Regionally popular term for a vein into which a drug is injected.

verb To mix drugs with other substances.
 
Research
See Leaky pipe.
References in classic literature ?
Mother Rigby always liked to flavor her pipe with a coal of fire from the particular chimney corner whence this had been brought.
The air of the apartments is forced to pass through its pipes, and is then released with a heightened temperature.
He hobbled to the torch, where it stood propped among the firewood, and took a fresh light to his pipe.
I makes my pipes of old penny ink-bottles, ye see, deary--this is one--and I fits-in a mouthpiece, this way, and I takes my mixter out of this thimble with this little horn spoon; and so I fills, deary.
The clay pipe smoked utterly out, the old black, by aid of the crutch, with amazing celerity raised himself upstanding on his one leg and hobbled, with his hippity-hop, to the beach.
As soon as the soldier was alone again, he lighted his pipe and summoned the black manikin.
The tobacco is lighted, and your Majesty is already smoking your pipe," answered the Steward.
Quilp looked at his legal adviser, and seeing that he was winking very much in the anguish of his pipe, that he sometimes shuddered when he happened to inhale its full flavour, and that he constantly fanned the smoke from him, was quite overjoyed and rubbed his hands with glee.
It was a small affair, only a few tons of earth and crumbling rock; but, starting from fifty feet above, it had struck the water pipe with force sufficient to break it at a connection.
On this same day, and about this very hour, Mr Willet the elder sat smoking his pipe in a chamber at the Black Lion.
Judy, see directly to the pipe and the glass of cold brandy-and-water for Mr.
Well, I should put the original cost of the pipe at seven and sixpence.