What is another word for hashish?

Pronunciation: [hˈaʃɪʃ] (IPA)

Hashish is a commonly used word to describe a potent form of marijuana that is made from the resin of the cannabis plant. However, there are many synonyms for hashish that are commonly used. Some of these include hash, kief, keef, shatter, wax, budder, and dabs. Each of these names refers to a different form of concentrated cannabis that is made by different methods. For example, kief is a powdery substance that is collected from the trichomes of the cannabis plant, while shatter is a hard, glass-like substance that is made by extracting the THC from the plant using solvents like butane or propane. Regardless of the name, these concentrated forms of cannabis are known for their high potency and are popular among those looking for a more intense experience.

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Usage examples for Hashish

Everything so entirely new and strange; all out-of-doors a novelty, from the Greek cross on the top of the lofty cupolas to the very pavement under one's feet; and all permeated by a seductive Oriental atmosphere, as stimulating to the imagination as hashish.
"Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia"
Maturin M. Ballou
"I imagine, my commandant, that they do a little business in hashish.
"Command"
William McFee
All very well, Mr. Spokesly reflected, to buy hashish and sell it in Egypt at four or five hundred per cent.
"Command"
William McFee

Famous quotes with Hashish

  • Politics is the chloroform of the Irish people, or rather the hashish.
    Oliver St. John
  • There is always a need for intoxication: China has opium, Islam has hashish, the West has woman.
    Andre Malraux
  • Tobacco, coffee, alcohol, hashish, prussic acid, strychnine, are weak dilutions the surest poison is time.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Alcohol, hashish, prussic acid, strychnine are weak dilutions. The surest poison is time.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Then soon after my delight with Stein was jolted; a political critic of the reddest persuasion condemned Stein in a newspaper article, calling her decadent, implying that she reclined upon a silken couch in Paris smoking hashish day and night and was a hopeless prey to hallucinations. I asked myself if I were wrong or crazy or decadent. Being simple minded, I decided upon a very practical way of determining the worth of the prose of Stein, a prose I had accepted without qualms or distress. I gathered a group of semi-illiterate Negro workers into a Chicago basement and read them aloud. They were enthralled, interrupting me constantly to tell where and when they had met such a strange and melancholy gal. I was convinced and Miss Stein's book never bothered or frightened me after that. If Negro stockyard workers could understand the stuff when it was read aloud to them, then surely anybody else could if they wanted to read with their ears as well as their eyes. For the prose of Stein is but the repetitive contemporaneousness of our living speech woven into a grammarless form of narrative...
    Gertrude Stein

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Synonyms:
chucker-out, bouncer.