Recent Examples of cigarillo from the Web
Video had surfaced that showed him aggressively handling a cashier at a convenience store and allegedly stealing a pack of cigarillos shortly before he was shot in the street by Wilson.
While searching the car, police found pipes and cigarillos filled with marijuana, as well as a grinder.
Mr. Wasko, 48, had seen Mr. Strines, 55, a beefy blond man with a pack of cigarillos in his breast pocket, sitting behind a folding table and selling raffle tickets to support his nonprofit addiction recovery organization.
After seeing cigarillos in plain view, the officer searched the car.
The car's driver denied having marijuana but the passenger handed over a cigarillo wrapper containing a small amount of the drug.
Brown turns to leave, the new video shows, then passes the cigarillos back across the counter for what the documentary characterizes as safekeeping.
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Origin and Etymology of cigarillo
First Known Use: 1832See Words from the same year
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