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  • noun Plural form of cheroot.


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  • Most of those used in this country may be more properly termed cheroots, both ends being cut, allowing a free passage of air, which is usually the case with all kinds of cheroots, or Eastern and European cigars.

    Tobacco; Its History, Varieties, Culture, Manufacture and Commerce

  • These cigars are made in various forms and shapes, some of them are called cheroots

    Tobacco; Its History, Varieties, Culture, Manufacture and Commerce

  • Trichinopoly is also famous for the manufacture of cigars, called cheroots, exported to all parts of India and the East, and which keep employed the busy fingers of a large number of the men and women of the town.

    Due West or Round the World in Ten Months

  • The last time we had thousands of people here, sighed Isabelle Coutant- Peyre, drawing gently on one of her frequent cheroots and sipping a glass of white wine as we sat at the heated outdoor table of a little bistro behind the Palais de Justice.

    Carlos the Jackal plays to the gallery, but this time his courtroom audience has not turned up

  • Nobody knows where he gets those long, strong, black cheroots, and nobody ever refuses one.

    In The Time Of Light

  • With a nod of dismissal, King walked over to inspect the bandobast, and finding it much more extravagant than he would have dreamed of providing for himself, he lit one of his black cheroots, and with hands clasped behind him strolled over to the fort to interview Courtenay, the officer commanding.

    In The Time Of Light

  • Smoke drifts from cigarettes and cheroots, floats over everyone in somnolent clouds.

    I Saw You Dance at Radio City

  • So they all sent telegrams and forgot King who sat and smoked and read about surgery; and before he had nearly finished one box of cheroots a general at Peshawur wiped a bald red skull and sent him an urgent telegram.

    In The Time Of Light

  • Ismail obeyed and King laid his book down to light another of his black cheroots.

    In The Time Of Light

  • In front of him Saunders eyed the proffered black cheroots suspiciously, accepted one with an air of curiosity and passed the case back.

    In The Time Of Light


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