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Definition of sherm

sherm

noun

  • a slang word for the hallucinogenic drug PCP.
    He must be smoking sherm if he's screaming about seeing spiders.

    Last edited on Feb 07 2007. Submitted by ivan s. on Feb 07 2007.

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