toke

noun
\ ˈtōk \

Definition of toke 

slang

: a puff on a marijuana cigarette or pipe

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toke intransitive verb slang

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Nationwide, cities in the eight states that have legalized pot are debating whether customers should be allowed to toke up outside of private residences or clubs. Kurtis Lee, Anchorage Daily News, "A marijuana edible and a cup of coffee? That soon could happen in Denver," 10 Jan. 2018 Nationwide, cities in the eight states that have legalized pot are debating whether customers should be allowed to toke up outside of private residences or clubs. Kurtis Lee, Anchorage Daily News, "A marijuana edible and a cup of coffee? That soon could happen in Denver," 10 Jan. 2018 Nationwide, cities in the eight states that have legalized pot are debating whether customers should be allowed to toke up outside of private residences or clubs. Kurtis Lee, Anchorage Daily News, "A marijuana edible and a cup of coffee? That soon could happen in Denver," 10 Jan. 2018 Nationwide, cities in the eight states that have legalized pot are debating whether customers should be allowed to toke up outside of private residences or clubs. Kurtis Lee, Anchorage Daily News, "A marijuana edible and a cup of coffee? That soon could happen in Denver," 10 Jan. 2018 When California legalized recreational pot, the warnings came: Don't toke and drive. latimes.com, "Today: How the Austin Bomber Was Caught," 22 Mar. 2018 Nationwide, cities in the eight states that have legalized pot are debating whether customers should be allowed to toke up outside of private residences or clubs. Kurtis Lee, Anchorage Daily News, "A marijuana edible and a cup of coffee? That soon could happen in Denver," 10 Jan. 2018 Nationwide, cities in the eight states that have legalized pot are debating whether customers should be allowed to toke up outside of private residences or clubs. Kurtis Lee, Anchorage Daily News, "A marijuana edible and a cup of coffee? That soon could happen in Denver," 10 Jan. 2018 Nationwide, cities in the eight states that have legalized pot are debating whether customers should be allowed to toke up outside of private residences or clubs. Kurtis Lee, Anchorage Daily News, "A marijuana edible and a cup of coffee? That soon could happen in Denver," 10 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of toke

1968, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for toke

American Spanish toque, from Spanish, touch, test, from tocar to touch, from Vulgar Latin *toccare — more at touch entry 1

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The first known use of toke was in 1968

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