Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Saturated or poisoned with nicotine.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Putting a nicotined index finger to her burgundy fuckstung lips, she made the biggest ever 'SHUSH!'

    Baby Blue

  • At seventy he maintains longish thinning grey hair and a plump nicotined moustache that looks waxed but isn't.

    'The Last Werewolf'

  • I settled into my room with its shaded high windows and nicotined walls and I waited.

    Ten Dreams That Raised Some Of the Dead

  • He wasn't an over-nicotined, over-indulged sleaze like John Boehner who snuggled in the pocket of Jack Abramoff.

    CHRIS SHAYS' TOWNHALL MEETING: A LESSON IN CONTEMPT AND CONDESCENSION

  • Myra pictured an all-night tobacco debauch, with Amory pale and reeling from the effect of nicotined lungs.

    This Side of Paradise

  • At the far end of the long, narrow room, beams and nicotined stucco plaster overhead, the live group was twanging away, and through an archway disco lights were strobing over a packed dance-floor.

    Civvies

  • The señorita had last been seen at four-thirty, going up this little path here (he stubbed with a nicotined forefinger at a rough plan of the hotel and gardens whose perspective grew progressively wilder as its details and the glasses of arguardiente multiplied).

    Tour de Force

  • He held up his small brown, nicotined-stained hand for silence.

    Tour de Force

  • Inspector Cockrill sat on her white-draped, four-poster catafalque of a bed and swung his short legs, absently knocking the ash from his cigarette with the nail of a nicotined finger.

    Tour de Force

  • He kissed his nicotined fingers to the exploding Hollander and strolled off down the wharf, whistling "_Nun trink ich Schnapps_."

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 156, April 16, 1919

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