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The rows of colorful Victorian homes in Haight-Ashbury and the golden dusks that burn on the horizon in the Sunset District form an ideal backdrop to the screeching chaos of woolly dudes in Dickies smoking spliffs and flying down the streets.
Having helped her sick mother die using a spiked spliff, Theresa, who works in a medical-marijuana dispensary, descends into a detached reverie of hallucinatory grief.
In an early scene, Theresa (Dunst) prepares a spliff for her bedridden mother (Susan Traylor) that’s laced with a couple of drops of a mysterious substance that will put her out of her misery.
And as in past, his collection left at least one observer willing him to cut loose, smoke a spliff or go on a tear.
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Origin and Etymology of spliff
First Known Use: 1936See Words from the same year
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Definition of spliff for English Language Learners
: a marijuana cigarette
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