Definition of Maryjane
1. marijuana [n -S] - See also: marijuana
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Literary usage of Maryjane
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1. Publications by Parish Register Society, London, London Parish Register Society, Florida State Historical Society, Deland, Deland Florida State Historical Society, Reparations Commission, North Carolina Historical Commission, Yorkshire Philosophical Society, Yorkshire (1897)
"7 MaryJane, d. of Thomas & Hannah Binnington, 16. William, s. of John & Mary Smith, Tranby, late of 23. Martha, d. of John & Martha Crisp, Kirk Ella, ..."
2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1832)
"FRS and by that lady, who died in childbed June 8, 1806, he had issue an only son and four daughters: I. MaryJane, married in 1816 to James, ..."
3. Medical Marijuana Referenda Movement in America: Hearing Before the edited by Bill McCollum (2001)
"Another issue worth mentioning is that we are not dealing with the old maryjane from the 60s. Today's marijuana is significantly more potent. ..."
4. The Adventures of a Seventeen-year-old Lad and the Fortunes He Might Have Won by John Grandison Williams (1894)
"... might be ready to spring, at the first alarm, to Polly's side should -.,£,;. anything occur, and suppose my brother did the same in behalf of maryjane. ..."
5. Visitation of England and Wales by Joseph Jackson Howard, Frederick Arthur Crisp (1900)
"Cordelia MaryJane, dau. of Major John A. Scott of the Bengal Cavalry; marr. at Simla, India, 21 June 1852; died at Ealing, co. Middlesex, on Monday, 15 May, ..."