American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One who smokes tobacco.
- n. A device, such as a stove, that emits smoke.
- n. A smoking car.
- n. An informal social gathering for men.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which smokes, in any sense of the verb. One who habitually smokes tobacco or opium.
- n. See the quotation.
- n. A smoking-car.
- n. The long-billed curlew, Numenius longirostris: so called from the shape of the bill, which looks as if the bird had a pipe in its mouth.
- n. In bee-keeping, an apparatus for creating a smoke to quiet the bees.
- n. An informal gathering of men where smoking is freely indulged in: music, a vaudeville show, cards, etc., are sometimes part of the evening's entertainment.
- n. A person who smokes tobacco habitually.
- n. A smoking car on a train.
- n. An informal social gathering for men only.
- n. A vent in the deep ocean floor from which a plume of superheated seawater, rich in minerals, erupts.
- n. An illicit boxing match; see Wikipedia:Battle Royal (boxing).
- n. A device that releases smoke intended to distract bees (also more specifically called a bee smoker).
- n. An apparatus for smoking food, or a person who smokes food.
- n. UK An social event featuring sketches, songs, etc., whether or not smoking is carried out.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who dries or preserves by smoke.
- n. One who smokes tobacco or the like.
- n. United States A smoking car or compartment.
- n. colloq. A gathering for smoking and social intercourse.
- n. a party for men only (or one considered suitable for men only)
- n. a person who smokes tobacco
- n. a passenger car for passengers who wish to smoke
“They launch a slogan for the movement “we are begging you not to smoke; the identification of a smoker is the big brother of the devil.” the local female are also get involve in that movement.”
“My husband never has smoked -- he says its a disgusting habit, especially when the smoker is a woman.”
“The guide that was assigned to me was the camp manager, (a 66 year old chain smoker) that couldn't walk 200 yards without stopping.”
“[The alleged pot supplier and smoker] is out in three-and-a-half, or less.”
“Just passing it along … (Patty is a virulent chain smoker who makes her own just to slow it down a little ….)”
“So each and every smoker is really a chance for science!”
“(The way he shrugs and says "I'm a smoker" is great, like don't worry, I'm normal -- ironic in this setting.)”
“There are many factors that influence whether a smoker is likely to get cancer, but even a heavy, long-term smoker has less than a 20-percent chance of actually getting the disease.”
“He left McCann over a "crisis of conscience," where as a "reformed chain smoker who worried increasingly about cancer, Foote finally decided not to work for any agency that had a cigarette client.”
“A chain smoker, a habit that he picked up while in”
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Words discovered while reading The New York Times, each with a citation from the paper.
I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree,
And a small cabin build there, of clay and wattles made;
Nine bean rows will I have there, a hive for the honey bee,
And live alone ...
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