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- n. Dated form of cigarette.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. same as cigarette.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. finely ground tobacco wrapped in paper; for smoking
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Everything was by design; even the most innocuous acts had a hidden meaning—“a hand to shake, a kiss, a match to light a cigaret …” That was how it was with Martha and with Jane, casual encounters that led him to a ring “up to their eyeballs in red espionage.”
Entering the building, I pass a few colleagues smoking their morning cigaret.
She reported to newspaper readers that she had “taken the blindfold test, smoked four brands of cigarets [sic], and found that ‘the smoothness’ of one cigaret [sic] was ‘so obvious.’”
Ai snapped his finger off and used it to light a cigaret
While we talked he would smoke one aromatic cigaret after another, taking them from a silver case and lighting them with a little silver lighter.
This violence, which included an attempt to feed her a lit cigaret, resulted in the elephant lashing out in self-defense.
Your cigaret case, which was found beside the body -- I put that there, too.
She was the youngest daughter of a rich cigaret-fabrikant.
Look at what is being legislated now, trans fats in NY, soda tax in NY, increasing cigaret tax, etc, etc, etc.
A CABINET that serves a cigaret already lighted and glowing at the tip, ready to smoke, is the latest luxury for the smoker.