Recent Examples of cigarette from the Web
A few minutes later, the valet came back with the same salver holding one cigarette.
Those bills sought to increase the smoking age to 21 and to increase the cigarette tax by $2.
Already banned are cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, cigars, pipes, hookahs, bidis and chewing tobacco.
His earlier light baritone sound, straining at times to be a tenor, was long gone and had now settled into what sounds like an audio version of brandy and strong cigarettes.
Mohsin was strict, her children have said: No drinking, no drugs and no smoking cigarettes.
Two men reached over a counter and took cigarettes Thursday in the 300 block of South Main Street.
But the company sold cigarette brands Kool, Winston, Salem and Maverick to Imperial Tobacco Group in 2015, and neither company continued to make payments to the state.
Yan tells the story of Collin Andrew Yost, a white, tattooed, and bearded poet who posts his poems on Instagram in a typeset font decorated with cigarettes.
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Origin and Etymology of cigarette
First Known Use: 1832See Words from the same year
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