Meaning of pothead in English:


Pronunciation /ˈpɒthɛd/

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  • A person who smokes cannabis.

    • ‘They have to deal with violent deranged crack heads, not peaceful potheads?’
    • ‘If potheads are entitled to their drug of choice, why not those who prefer a line of Charlie?’
    • ‘70% of potheads claim not to have gone on to class A substance, which is a fairly believable stat.’
    • ‘Look at his friends, druggies and potheads galore.’
    • ‘I know people I'd call potheads, but nobody that smokes that much, that often.’
    • ‘Was it an implication that I am a pothead, or a coke addict?’
    • ‘All the guys at my school are either potheads or nerds.’
    • ‘People think that we're all major potheads but the fact of the matter is I'm way more into alcohol, Vicadan, morphine and codeine.’
    • ‘Scared you might actually bond with some of these potheads?’
    • ‘Most people who grew up in the Sixties weren't longhaired potheads.’
    • ‘They played football and soccer during the school season, but they were also potheads that skateboarded and got into trouble regularly.’
    • ‘This is, therefore, not a greenlight to all you potheads to head for the border; as police will continue to bust those who cultivate or deal the drug illegally.’
    • ‘But then potheads in Amsterdam start a protest that spreads throughout Europe, extinguishing exports.’
    • ‘I was a second-stringer who didn't talk to anyone but potheads.’
    • ‘She didn't want to turn into the potheads her parents were.’
    • ‘I might not be as stable as all the rest of you potheads, but I don't need a baby-sitter.’
    • ‘You may wonder how a cartoon strip about three potheads could survive the 1960s, let alone the 80s.’
    • ‘Maybe I could head back to school and pay one of the potheads a hundred bucks to do a quick job.’
    • ‘‘Wow Grant,’ she replied, ‘You look like the same pothead I've known for years.’’