rolled joint

rolled joint

[′rōld ′jȯint]
(engineering)
A joint made by expanding a tube in a tube sheet hole by use of an expander.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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He cradles the back of his head with one hand and holds a tightly rolled joint out to me with the other.
Next to his cigarettes was a carefully rolled joint. After lighting it and taking two puffs, he passed it to Drummer Man's hand.
Inner journeying was reaffirmed by the next things one saw, scrawls of twisted metal arcing upward from bronze casts of wooden cuboids, bearing a specific date, and accessorized with a cast of a loosely rolled joint.
The Bajan beauty has been pictured smoking weed on several occasions, and has made references on social media to having a "kush" - a rolled joint - and has even worn a fancy dress outfit made out of fake marijuana leaves.
Cook for a further three to three-and-a-half hours if using a rolled joint; if using smaller pieces or individual chops, adjust your cooking time accordingly.
A turkey seemed excessive, but the boned and rolled joint we opted for packed as much flavour as, and exuded the festive spirit of, wet lettuce.
Roll the whole thing together and then wrap the Parma ham around to make a rolled joint.
He gave her a rolled joint in the home on Haswell Court, St Ann's Hill, prosecutor Rebecca Brown said.
Joints can also be served rare, as long as they area single piece of meat, not a rolled joint, made from different pieces of meat rolled together.
Gilson handed him a packet of cigarettes which contained a "half smoked rolled joint of cannabis".
They rolled joints and two girls smoked one each but the other had three.