Recent Examples of cigar from the Web
During the cruise, my grandfather would sit on the boat’s deck and puff a cigar every day and take in the scenery.
Take it outside with a cigar and citrusy Harvey Wallbanger and pretend it’s the 1960s all over again.
In the video, an adult holds what looks like a small cigar to the baby's lips.
Sun King will have a 13,000-foot brewery and Havana Lounge will build a 4,700-square-foot cigar and whiskey haunt.
The Second Amendment to the Constitution is silent on the right to possess cigars.
In the process, Mr Netanyahu and his wife received crates of champagne, boxes of Cuban cigars and the occasional gift of jewellery.
William Devine, who posed for a photo with a thick cigar in his mouth.
Bob Ashe, who has owned Cigary's Oliva Lounge at 139 Skokie Blvd. since 1995, said Monday his staff will ensure that underage customers can't buy cigarettes, cigars or other tobacco products from his business.
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Origin and Etymology of cigar
First Known Use: 1730See Words from the same year
CIGAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cigar for English Language Learners
: a roll of tobacco leaves that is longer and thicker than a cigarette and that is smoked
CIGAR Defined for Kids
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