n. 1 (context colloquial English) A period of time spent engaged in some group activity. 2 (context colloquial English) An informal social get-together or meeting to perform a group activity. 3 (cx UK informal English) A period of sustained social drinking. 4 (cx AU informal English) A period of sustained cannabis smoking.
Usage examples of "sesh".
Parlabane had soon learned, one bloke getting busy with the buffer did not constitute a legitimate, quorate polishing sesh.
Anyhow, looking at this one in the Sesh, and reflecting that he carried a pistol and knew how to use one, and considering how well he was fixed in the way of motive, and realizing that since Harlan Scovil had been suspicious enough to make an advance call on Nero Wolfe he might easily have done the same on the Marquis of Clivers, I revised some of the opinions I had been forming.