[ UK /tˈə‍ʊk/ ]
  1. a puff of a marijuana or hashish cigarette
    the boys took a few tokes on a joint
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  • As the increase of THC is pumped into the bloodstream, there are no measurable tools to indicate the level of what might be considered an intoxicated level for marijuana, and any classification of such a level [one toke] could be considered illegal and on par with alcohol? 2008 June 28 « Unambiguously Ambidextrous
  • Stoke's summer signing from Wolves could only produce a tame shot that went into the ground. The Sun
  • He drew with his brush in transparent glaze and build up form with multiple stokes.
  • You can stoke his silicon chest and pinch his squeezable bum - it may be the closest you ever get to doing it.
  • By the same token, if you pick up a strange rash, you will want to see a doctor in case it really is flesh-eating bacteria.
  • As a token of our gratitude for all that you have done, we would like you to accept this small gift.
  • It also stokes the emotions, making physical violence more likely.
  • But they escaped the relegation trapdoor by just one point as Leicester were held at Stoke. The Sun
  • Can't wait to see Ryan score the title clincher v Stoke in front of the Stretford End the week before he flies of to Madrid for the final. this is a big big game so I don't think he should start straight from injury, off the bench maybe .... you know give him a run out when we're 4-0 up: p Manchester Evening News - RSS Feed
  • She speculated that the shifting social status of women during the war years stoked male anxiety about female bonding and independence from men.
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