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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of chain-smoke.


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  • He chain-smoked cigarettes, sometimes with an aspirator to ease chronic asthma.

    Ex-Secretary of State Lawrence Eagleburger dies

  • She sat on the bench next to me and chain-smoked, ashes falling onto the keys and my small fingers.

    The Memory Palace

  • The handsome and manicured Tito, dressed in a gray tunic and breeches with black riding boots that clinked with spurs, chain-smoked cigarettes perched in what Huot thought was a ridiculous-looking miniature pipe adorned with silver filigree.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • She was about three feet tall, Vietnamese, and chain-smoked kreteks, holding them between her two middle fingers like a Gestapo offcier.

    i know i am, but what are you?

  • Brand later described the meeting as surreal: Eichmann chain-smoked, paced around the room, and bragged about having rounded up all the Jews in Poland, Czechoslovakia, and Austria.46 Finally getting to the point, Eichmann said that the Reich needed trucks for its war effort and was willing to trade one million Jews for ten thousand winterized trucks.


  • He wore glasses and chain-smoked. \cf0\expndtw0\par

    Poem About Never Growing Up

  • Clicking his Zippo continuously, he chain-smoked two more cigarettes.

    Beautiful Ape Girl Baby

  • She was witty, feisty, sarcastic, acerbic ... and she chain-smoked througout the interview ...

    Sylvia Sidney.

  • I had a high school vo-ag teacher who chain-smoked smoked in class.

    Thursday, Oct 15 – The Bleat.

  • The executive officer wore glasses and chain-smoked cigarettes.

    The Attack on the Liberty


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