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  • I groped my way out again as fast as possible, heedless of idols and all other antiquities, seized a cigarito from the hand of the astonished prefect, who was wisely smoking at the entrance, lighted it, and inhaled the smoke, which seemed more fragrant than violets, after that stifling and most unearthly odour.

    Life in Mexico, During a Residence of Two Years in That Country

  • I having declined, she lighted her own, a little paper "cigarito," and the gentlemen followed her good example.

    Life in Mexico, During a Residence of Two Years in That Country

  • "cigarito," and the gentlemen followed her good example.

    Life in Mexico

  • In the smoke of my dear cigarito _Camilla K. von K. _ 92

    Pipe and Pouch The Smoker's Own Book of Poetry

  • At last their violence so roused the sleepy alcalde, that he positively threw himself from his hammock, laid down his cigarito, and gave such very determined orders to his soldiers that he succeeded in checking the riot.

    Wonderful Adventures of Mrs. Seacole in Many Lands

  • The two men left the ball-room, -- where the handsome and resentful señoritas were preparing to avenge California with a battery of glance, a melody of tongue, and a witchery of grace that was to wreak havoc among these gallant officers, -- and after exchanging amenities over a bowl of punch, went out into the high-walled garden to smoke the cigarito.

    The Californians

  • Antonia was quite as much excited in her own way, which was naturally a much quieter way; and Lopez sat under a great pecan-tree, smoking his cigarito with placid smiles and admiring glances at every one.

    Remember the Alamo

  • She took the cigarito from her lips with a scornful air, and repeated the words of Luis:

    Remember the Alamo

  • Then Antonia brought her chocolate, and, as she drank it and smoked her cigarito, she chatted in an almost eager way about the persons she had seen.

    Remember the Alamo

  • She had taken her chocolate and smoked her cigarito, but was still drowsing.

    Remember the Alamo

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