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Definition of zig-zag

zig-zag

noun

  • a hand-rolled marijuana cigarette; "joint".
    Let's go light a zig-zag.

    Last edited on Dec 22 2010. Submitted by brittany f. from St Pete Beach, FL, USA on Nov 01 2002.

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  • From the Zig-Zag brand of rolling papers.

    Last edited on Sep 14 2010. Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 14 2010.

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