• WordNet 3.6
    • n cigaret finely ground tobacco wrapped in paper; for smoking
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In literature:

His cigaret drawing well Dopey Charlie resumed: "This Oskaloosa Kid's a bad actor," he volunteered.
"The Oakdale Affair" by Edgar Rice Burroughs
They did not bump the little, crooked, dissipated, cigaret-stunted trees.
"The University of Hard Knocks" by Ralph Parlette
Reassured, you light a cigaret.
"Perfect Behavior A Guide for Ladies and Gentlemen in all Social Crises" by Donald Ogden Stewart
He lighted a cigaret, and getting into bed turned on his reading lamp.
"Dangerous Days" by Mary Roberts Rinehart
PETKOFF (over his coffee and cigaret).
"Arms and the Man" by George Bernard Shaw
By the way, I'll trouble you for my cigaret case, if you dont mind?
"The Doctor's Dilemma" by George Bernard Shaw
King Alejandro produced a cigaret-case, and offered it to Roland, who shook his head speechlessly.
"A Man of Means" by P. G. Wodehouse and C. H. Bovill
Harold, what would your mother say if she saw you smoking cigarets?
"Toaster's Handbook" by Peggy Edmund and Harold W. Williams, compilers
Lighting a fresh cigaret, she leaned back among the deer skins and spoke.
"Triple Spies" by Roy J. Snell
I dropped my cigaret when I flopped down.
""Same old Bill, eh Mable!"" by Edward Streeter

In news:

Ho-Chunk must pay cigaret tax.
The Ho-Chunk Tribe must pay taxes on cigarets sold at its bingo hall in the Town of Blooming Grove, the 4th District Court of Appeals ruled in a decision released today.