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Definition of twamp

twamp

  • 20 or a bag of marijuana worth 20 ounces or $20, most commonly $20, also dime is $10 and a nickel is $5.
    Can I buy that twamp of pot?

    Last edited on Jan 11 2002. Submitted by steve from IL, USA on Jan 11 2002.

  • Twenty.
    Let's smoke a twamp sac. Where is my twamp at.

    Last edited on Mar 06 2002. Submitted by Q from San Francisco, CA, USA on Mar 06 2002.

  • A twenty dollar bill.
    I just used my last twamp!

    Last edited on Aug 16 2002. Submitted by Billy C. from OH, USA on Aug 16 2002.

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