Recent Examples of cigarette from the Web
It can be spread by sharing things like cups, utensils, cigarettes and lipstick.
Customers who parked out front and bought cigarettes, beer, lottery tickets or pizza don’t come anymore.
Kenyan fossil hunter John Ekusi raced ahead to smoke a cigarette.
And there will be a bar: Bars are for waiting for tables Bars are for asking for a cigaretteBars are for whispering to your love Bars are forgetting your own mortality Etc.
Read more at BuzzFeed News Starting next July, Maine will raise the tobacco-smoking age to 21 and adopt tighter regulations on the sale of electronic cigarettes.
Close enough for one of my friends to bum a cigarette off an actor who shall go unnamed.
In high-income countries, where cigarettes are most expensive, taxes make up on average 65% of the total price.
BAT sells Dunhill, Rothmans and Lucky Strike cigarettes.
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Origin and Etymology of cigarette
First Known Use: 1832See Words from the same year
CIGARETTE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cigarette for English Language Learners
: a small roll of paper that is filled with cut tobacco and smoked
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