Adjective "hashish" definition and examples

(Hashish may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈhaʃiːʃ//haˈʃiːʃ/

Definitions and examples

noun

Cannabis.
  1. 'I smoke high quality hybrid cannabis like skunk, northern lights and purple haze, and sometimes high quality hashish like menali, charis and gold seal.'
  2. 'This is the first time domestically cultivated marijuana has overtaken Moroccan hashish as the major product in the British marijuana market.'
  3. 'In the Syrian-controlled Beqaa Valley, farmers grew hashish and opium as staple export crops.'
  4. 'Cannabinoids include Cannabis sativa products such as marijuana, hashish and hash oil.'
  5. 'A transient experience of synaesthesia can be induced in non-synaesthetes by drugs such as hashish and mescaline.'
  6. 'A narghilé is a water pipe used for smoking hashish.'
  7. 'The NHSDA defines cannabis as both marijuana and hashish, and tells how it is typically used.'
  8. 'This high tar content is mainly because hashish (the solid form of marijuana) is made using lots of other chemicals, which all add to the tar content.'
  9. 'The supply of hashish coming from Moroccan fields grew enormously in the 1990s, especially in the second half of that decade.'
  10. 'Supporters of this social movement share a diffuse ideology that sees marijuana and hashish as natural and benign drugs and their use as legitimate.'

More definitions

1. the flowering tops and leaves of Indian hemp smoked, chewed, or drunk as a narcotic and intoxicant.

2. the dried resinous exudate of the flowering tops of this plant, containing larger amounts of the active ingredient.

More examples(as adjective)

"shipments can be hashish."

"charges can be hashish."

"smugglings can be hashish."

"productions can be hashish."

"plantationses can be hashish."

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Origin

Late 16th century: from Arabic ḥašīš ‘dry herb, powdered hemp leaves’.