Noun(1) a roll of tobacco for smoking
(1) The pleasure of dinner at the Ivy was dulled by smoke from a fat cigar .(2) Not being able to smoke a nice cigar with my friends at a local pub is rather irritating.(3) I plan on enjoying a nice glass of bourbon and a Cuban cigar while the results roll in.(4) Frost lifts a fat cigar from the ashtray, and enquires politely if I mind.(5) It tasted awful, but then smoking a cigar is never as pleasant as smelling it in the air.(6) They each had a glass of alcohol sitting beside them and Jamie was smoking a cigar .(7) She smelt a foul smell of cigars and cigarettes, and suddenly she wanted to move away.(8) There, he sat on his deck smoking cigars and watching the eagles roost in the trees.(9) Then he started smoking his cigars , so Mum and I found ourselves another carriage to occupy.(10) Basically all this man ever did was sit in a big black recliner and smoke cigars .(11) It is the only isolated area in the restaurant but you can still have a chat with people while smoking cigars together.(12) They smoke pipes, whereas Bertie Wooster and his friends smoke cigars or cigarettes.(13) Some cigarette smokers, particularly men, switch to smoking cigars or pipes as a means of giving up cigarettes.(14) For those of us who smoke cigars , it is very tempting to have one in the mouth as you play the game.(15) The smoke from their cigars burned the inside of her nose as she quickly walked past them.(16) He was pulling away from a couple of golfers who were smoking cigars and looked familiar.
(1) cigar box :: blwch cigar
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Different Formscigar, cigars
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