American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A container designed for storing cigars or other tobacco products at a constant level of humidity.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A box, often ornamental, in which cigars are kept moist or prevented from becoming too dry.
- From humid (on the model of cuspidor). (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The saloon-type room, designed by Italian designer Piero Lissoni, has comfortable sofas, a private balcony and an attached walk-in humidor, selling Cuban and Dominican cigars.”
“Domenico Pugliese for The Wall Street Journal The Lanesborough Hotel's custom-built walk-in humidor At the newly opened, ultra-stylish Mamilla in Jerusalem, the city's first boutique hotel, the cigar terrace is the first of its kind in the city and is indoors, as there are less strict smoking laws in Israel.”
“After the Brewers beat the Rockies last week in just the fourth 1-0 game in Coors Field history (but the third this season), Milwaukee's Jeff Cirillo said the humidor is making the baseballs spongy and waterlogged.”
“It has a custom-built walk-in humidor, complete with 30 private lockers for international guests who wish to keep their stock in pristine condition (all of which must be purchased from the hotel.”
“It will hold 120 people for dinner, be decked out with a colonial twist and there will be a cigar library, with a private member's area and a shop with a walk-in humidor.”
“(31 May 2006) - The humidor is the first sign that Montréal-based Chocolat 15-18 takes itself very seriously.”
“I had a big idea about a new kind of humidor, and the VRWC attacked me for it!”
“Riddle seventh-grader Wesley Hammersley added an extra 'e' to the end of "humidor," and became the third runner-up.”
“Here they are all advertized as Cubans and may or not be, and they certainly are not kept in a good humidor.”
“They are then placed in a ball bag and put back into the humidor.”
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