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toke

verb Substance abuse To inhale a large air volume while smoking a substance of abuse–eg, marijuana, less commonly cocaine or crack cocaine, maintaining the lungs expanded with a slight Valsalva maneuver, to maximize the substance's absorption. Cf 'Snort. '.
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The book likewise makes short work of the argument that pot is more hazardous nowadays because it's much more potent than it was when Bill Clinton and Al Gore were toking up.
All the networks submitted hysterical reports about kids toking up, shooting up, and dying, accompanied by dire warnings to parents about the "slippery slope" from marijuana to heroin.
The toking twosome said they decided to share their stash with new bud Jonas and his posse.