stogie

noun
sto·gie | \ ˈstō-gē \
variants: or stogy
plural stogies

Definition of stogie 

1 : a stout coarse shoe : brogan

2 : an inexpensive slender cylindrical cigar broadly : cigar

Examples of stogie in a Sentence

He was smoking a stogie.

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Horse racing being part of a typical daily sports media diet has gone the way of fedoras and press box stogies. Phil Rosenthal, chicagotribune.com, "With much to Justify at Belmont, NBC's Mike Tirico says, 'We're a big-event country'," 7 June 2018 And punishing seniors who have already graduated for ceremonial stogies only makes sense in a black-and-white world where there’s no such thing as discretion. Nestor Ramos, BostonGlobe.com, "Yes, suspending the Saugus athletes was dumb. But there’s something tone deaf about all this," 6 June 2018 Dancers sashayed at the U.S. Virgin Islands display, a pianist played at the Port of Dublin, a cigar maker rolled stogies for a long line of men at the Port Tampa Bay exhibit. Rosemary Mcclure, latimes.com, "How small ports like Catalina Island and Santa Barbara get some cruise love," 12 Mar. 2018 On Aug. 5, these same men huddled around Mr. Granatell’s swimming pool, drank their favorite beer, ingested a similar meal, smoked some stogies and were fitted for wedding suits by Justin Fox, who owns Mr. Fox Suits. Alix Strauss, New York Times, "A New Reason to Party: Custom Suiting for the Suitor and His Pals," 17 Nov. 2016 Their humidifier is stocked with stogies that are available upon donation. Jared Boyd, AL.com, "Alabama's Best Steakhouses: Nick's Ristorante in Huntsville," 25 June 2017

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First Known Use of stogie

1874, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for stogie

Conestoga, Pennsylvania

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