from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In physiology, a stand of wood or metal in which the drum of the kymograph is held and slowly rotated during the smoking of the glazed paper.
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I had, however, removed my collar and tie, and my watch, carefully wound, was on the smoking-stand beside me.
I am afraid I was rather excited, for I took Sperry's hat from him, and placed it on the head of a marble bust which I had given my wife on our last anniversary, and Sperry says that I drew a smoking-stand up beside
For, unnoticed by him, Milo Standish had drawn forth, with tender care, an exquisitely carved and colored meerschaum pipe from a case on the smoking-stand, and was picking up the fat tobacco jar.
She tucked herself into a big, cushioned chair, and drawing a smoking-stand nearer, fussed with its silver appointments.