Origin of hashish
Examples from the Web for hashish
John Greenleaf Whittier was one of the first American writers to deal with the subject when he published The Hashish in 1854.
His only run-in with the law has been for possession of hashish on the beach near his hometown Bari.
Marijuana plantations and hashish production are, of course, nothing new in Lebanon.
She swallowed the hashish, swayed, and fell forward into his arms.The Figure In The Mirage|Robert Hichens
Hashish smokers are without exception homicidal maniacs, vicious criminals.The End of Time|Wallace West
They should be resisted as much as opium, morphia, cocaine, hashish and the like.Alcohol: A Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine, How and Why|Martha M. Allen
I have committed a grave folly; but I am neither an abductor nor a hashish dealer.Tales of Secret Egypt|Sax Rohmer
The air is full of that indescribable suggestion of spring, which is like hashish, and casts a glamor over the world.In the Open|Stanton Davis Kirkham
British Dictionary definitions for hashish
Word Origin for hashish
Word Origin and History for hashish
1590s, from Arabic hashish "powdered hemp," literally "dry herb," from hashsha "it became dry, it dried up."