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- n. A thin, cheap cigar, from Conestoga Township, Pennsylvania.
- n. Any type of cigar.
- n. Brogan.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. an inexpensive cigar; same as stogy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a cheap cigar
The only thing that kept her from being a thionite dream was the Pittsburgh stogie that she insisted upon smoking, and the only thing that kept her from being some man's companion in spite of the stogie was the fact that he'd have to keep his mouth shut or she'd steal his back teeth -- if not for fillings, then for practice.
He puffed away comfortably at a very thin, long, and evil-smelling "stogie" which he seemed to enjoy immensely, and which in the Flemish manner he seemed to eat as he smoked, eyeing us the while amicably though absent mindedly, as if we were far removed from his vicinity.
"It would take more 'n this to keel me over," he said, ignorant that he was lighting that terrible article, a Wheeling 'stogie'.
There he doubled up in limp agony, for the Wheeling "stogie" joined with the surge and jar of the screw to sieve out his soul.
The gentleman with the stogie and the greenhead is inventor, Jeff Hajjar of SRM, maker of the Sure-Cycle spring kits and Terror Chokes.
For everybody who figured there was no way he would manage the Tigers beyond this season, for all those who couldn't envision a comeback after Detroit fell behind by eight games in early May, Leyland sat in his office puffing on his own celebratory stogie, a black "2011 MLB Playoffs" hat on his head.
When I arrived, Schwarzenegger, in a blue suit and cowboy boots emblazoned with the California state seal, was contentedly puffing a stogie.
He's smoking a chewed up stogie that smells something like old buffalo chips.
I'm not a big cigar smoker, but something about this rum cries out for a stogie, and a good one.
Getty Images Tim Thomas Thomas could've been there under the confetti, smoking a stogie and waving to the crowd with Dirk Nowitzki.
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