from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A small narrow cigar.
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- n. A thin cigar, differing from a cigarette in being wrapped with tobacco leaves rather than paper
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a small cigar or cigarette wrapped in tobacco instead of paper.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. small cigar or cigarette wrapped in tobacco instead of paper
Shirley stubbed her cigarillo out on a dead chunk of honeycomb.
There was another cigarillo in the sand, this time tossed near the lifeguard's chair.
I found the cigarillo in the sand, tossed near a patch of beach plums.
Time you went home and me to my cottage, he said and flicked his cigarillo out on the sand.
When I didn't answer, "Thirteen," he said again in his superfly-slick platform accent, and I could hear him take a long drag from his cigarillo.
Left to right: Mum, with Ritmeester cigarillo; Nick, somewhat subdued; an unidentified young female person wearing the oversized spectacles (Amanda insists that this widget is not her); Simon “Soprano”; Joey, and Uncle Colin, wearing the traditional headgear of an Australian legal practitioner.
Still, Ms. Burden said that she prefers the more feminine cigarillo, and is hoping that Mr. Paley will add one to his La Palina line.
I must have dozed off in the sun after finishing my second cigarillo, otherwise I'm sure I would have noticed the commotion.
Al-Manar holds a special symbolic place in the resistance, Kassir said, pulling at a cigarillo and fidgeting with the ash while he spoke.
One of the batteries after the shock test was not quite up-to-mark and probably the separator in the cigarillo roll gave away --- and they were furiously discharging that.