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jellies

/ (ˈdʒɛlɪz) /
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pl n
British slang gelatine capsules of temazepam, dissolved and injected as a recreational drug
Also called: jelly shoes shoes made from brightly coloured transparent plastic
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Word Origin for jellies

C20: shortened from gelatine
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