Definitions

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  • noun cigarette

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "e-cig" is a Chinese-made device that mimics the ritual of smoking but is claimed to be entirely legal indoors.

    The Cigarette That’s Legal Indoors | Impact Lab

  • Gee ... many people are struggling to pay their bills and they want to blame stepping outside to smoke a cig is the problem.

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  • o 'it wi' cig'rette papers, 'said the Wheel Driver.

    Between the Lines

  • There was the smell of the cig, the lighting up, the power of it especially in the morning, the ritual of it.

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  • But try smoking the same number of joints that a normal cig habit would cause a person to smoke and then try driving to the Xray office to see what has happened to your lungs.

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  • But try smoking the same number of joints that a normal cig habit would cause a person to smoke and then try driving to the Xray office to see what has happened to your lungs.

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  • But try smoking the same number of joints that a normal cig habit would cause a person to smoke and then try driving to the Xray office to see what has happened to your lungs.

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  • But try smoking the same number of joints that a normal cig habit would cause a person to smoke and then try driving to the Xray office to see what has happened to your lungs.

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  • But try smoking the same number of joints that a normal cig habit would cause a person to smoke and then try driving to the Xray office to see what has happened to your lungs.

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  • But try smoking the same number of joints that a normal cig habit would cause a person to smoke and then try driving to the Xray office to see what has happened to your lungs.

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