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1.
1) to light up a rolled up cigarette or similar instrument, usually packed with drugs, then stick it in your mouth and inhale
2) the gray debris comes out of such an instrument or any other burning
3) to kill, generally with a gun
4) to treat meat with smoke (2) for added flavor
5) to do an action that resembles smoking (1), such as sucking a fat cock
6) drugs that are smoked (1), or something to smoke, generally weed
The guy was smoking some smoke which was too much smoke next to the "No Smoking" sign, so I put down my smoked meat, told him to smoke a dick, pulled out my gun, and smoked the motherfucker.
by Nick D April 19, 2003
 
8.
Refers to marijuana and how/what is consumed.
"You bring any smoke witcha brudda?"
"Keen to go for a smoke?"
"I held that bong in for so long that no smoke came out when I exhaled."
by Diego September 11, 2003
 
9.
1. An unbelieveable lie.
Synonyms: Bullshit, horseshit, a lie. Refers to an outrageous lie.

2. Literally anything else if said in the right tone of voice. Anything.

Also pronounced smooke, smeek, shmeee, shmiggity, or anything else that has an s or an h or some sort of vowel anywhere in it.

Antonym: No-smoke.
Box-Wine: "Colin, I met up with that hot cheerleader last night and we fucked."
Colin: "Smoke."
Box-Wine: "No-smoke, legitimately"
Colin: "Smooooooooke."
by Bradley J. September 18, 2005
 
10.
Black person
Look at all those smokes hanging out there, something bad must be going on
by richard herts call me dick July 10, 2008
 
11.
To beat someone at something.
"DOOD. I just totally smoked you at Scrabble, Doug!" or "Put THAT in your pipe and SMOKE it!"
by AdriannaH. March 16, 2007
 
12.
A Cancer Stick
I need a smoke!
I LOVE KILLING MYSELF!! AHH!!!
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by smoking reeks October 23, 2008
 
13.
To beat/kill someone.
Dude I just smoked you.
by *The Boss* June 24, 2006
 
14.
1. n. any leafy organic substance that is ignited and inhaled for recreation
2. v. to defeat a competitor with full force or vigor, especially in motor sports or tennis
3. v. To play or perform energetically
4. v. To kill with a firearm or artillery
1. Let's step outside for a smoke.
2. Lindsay Davenport smoked Alina Jidkova in the first round.
3. The band was really smoking in the second set.
4. But they were enemy and we smoked them without hesitation.
by the migster June 21, 2005