chillum

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chillum

(ˈtʃɪləm)
n
(Recreational Drugs) a short pipe, usually of clay, used esp for smoking cannabis
[C18: from Hindi cilam, from Persian chilam]
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He could not think of moving till his baggage was cleared, or of travelling until he could do so with his chillum.
Into this city flocked the unfortunate in great numbers, lightly clothed, building fires on the streets outside their tarpaper and corrugated-tin shacks, caring for their young haphazardly, brewing up spicy chai, smoking chillums stoked with hashish, sometimes getting drunk on cheap hooch.
And they also liked to fire up their clay chillums, intoning lengthy prayers, ritually raising the chillum up to the crown of the head before taking monster, steamboat-whistle tokes.
The stories travel from this country to the West via the numerous firangs, who find solace in the spiralling smoke from their chillums, while Varanasi provides them with the facade of Yoga practices and Sanskrit lessons.
Such paraphernalia includes chamber pipes, chillums, bongs, and glass, stone or ceramic pipes that are sold in so-called head shops, according to William T.
Sandy wuz a monst'us good nigger, en could do so many things erbout a plantation, en alluz 'ten' ter his wuk so well, dat w'en Mars Marrabo's chillums growed up en married off, dey all un 'em wanted dey daddy fer ter gin 'em Sandy fer a weddin' present.
Many nagas see Shiva as the Lord of Hashish and smoke large chillums of the drug to gain enlightenment.
As one naga sadhu from the Juna akhara who was providing meals all day for pilgrims said, before puffing on an enormous chillum of hashish: "If you are hungry you cannot think about God.
The year was 1968, so we also made elaborate bongs and stash boxes and chillums and hollowed-out canes and chests with secret drawers.
Bhnglaced thandai , smoke from massive chillums, sdi roti and the music of chants are what made up everyone's fantastical evenings.
No other artisan in the country can apply coat on pipes other than us because of which our chillums (pipes) are in great demand.
As part of the plea agreement, the government returned most of the seized merchandise, including glass pipes, a glass chillum, various water pipes, and metal one-hitters (small, narrow pipes), saying they were OK to sell.