[ UK /kˈænɐ/ ]
  1. any plant of the genus Canna having large sheathing leaves and clusters of large showy flowers
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How To Use canna In A Sentence

  • Since ye cannae hunt nae more north of the border, something's got to eat these beasties.
  • Additionally, those people who smoke cannabis are also risking all the attendant problems from the use of tobacco on top of the cannabis and this needs to be thought about too.
  • He was addicted to a stronger strain of skunk cannabis but demand for it won't disappear if marijuana is legalised. Times, Sunday Times
  • The research will also reignite the debate over the use of cannabis for other medicinal purposes.
  • To tell you the truth I cannae remember why we split up.
  • The model here is the Dutch program of allowing users to smoke pot in licensed cannabis shops.
  • I 'm sartin it's fair play ye want; an' I canna for the life o 'me see a hair o' wrang i 'yer lordship's gaein' in a cogue, as auld Malcolm
  • It was one of those lofty dreams I had, so now I cannae believe I'm here, hen.
  • He smoked cannabis on an industrial scale.
  • Both tobacco and cannabis have a similar range of carcinogenic substances.
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