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skin up

(adverb) (slang) to roll (a cannabis cigarette)
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  • When the animal is skinned, roll the skin up with the fur side out and put it in your pack.

    Steel Traps A. R. (Arthur Robert) Harding
  • Then hang the skin up by the head (no danger of stretching in this case), and allow it to dry in the wind and shade.

  • It is understood that the operator pulls the skin up with the needle and slices off a small section underneath that instrument.

  • Arrange the plumage and hang the skin up by a thread or cord sewn through neck at base of skull.

    Taxidermy Leon Luther Pray
  • "It was a very old wolf," remarked the Cossack, holding the skin up under the gaslight.

    A Cigarette-Maker's Romance F. Marion Crawford
  • He cut up the dead calf, skinned it, and nailed the skin up in the porch to dry.

    Ditte: Girl Alive! Martin Andersen Nexo
  • Tie a knot and cast off a line with the best of them, she can, and skin up a mast better than most.

    The Magic Curtain Roy J. Snell

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