cigarette

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cigarette

Tobacco A cylinder of cut blonde or black tobacco ensheathed in a tube of usually white paper, often with a filter to ↓ inhaled tars, which is lighted and inhaled at the lips to achieve a pleasurable level of nicotine. See Clove cigarette, Fetal tobacco syndrome, Fire-safe cigarette, Low-tar cigarette, Passive smoking, Safe cigarette, Smokeless cigarette, smoking, Tobacco.
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Some of us think the odd ciggy, just to help his concentration and settle his nerves, might not be a bad thing.
Pete even shows us around the "children's bedroom" where his son Astile sleeps - in among the dirty clothes, toilet roll, ciggy papers and guitar.
In Iraq and the Middle East, families reflect as to when they are going to be struck with bombs and bullets, while some ECHO letter writers seem to consider having no bins on the streets to deposit their ciggy ends to be a major problem.
She kept nipping out of the venue for a ciggy rather than joining in the festivities.