Doctor Emory continued to talk, and tried a fresh cigar
, and, despite the fact that his reception-room was overflowing, delivered, not merely a long, but a live and interesting, dissertation on the subject of cigars
and of the tobacco leaf and filler as grown and prepared for cigars
in the tobacco-favoured regions of the earth.
Dunster had forgotten his extinct cigar
. He found it difficult to remove his eyes from Mr.
Will you join?" said Charlie, while Rose slipped away to her aunt, and Archie buried both cigars
behind the back log.
Tom took his cigar
out of his mouth, to shut up his eye (which had grown rather unmanageable) with the greater expression, and to tap his nose several times with his finger.
The other hand held the cigar
which he was smoking.
was snatched away exactly as you describe, and the poodle was chucked out of the window after it.
The Inspector looked thoughtfully at the end of the fresh cigar
which he had just lit.
'My dear fellow,' said Eugene, as he lighted another cigar
, 'I fear my unexpected visitors have been troublesome.
They established themselves comfortably in the veranda seat; Father Brown, against his common habit, accepted a good cigar
and smoked it steadily in silence, while the rain shrieked and rattled on the roof of the veranda.
The writer had cigars
lying about and the car- penter smoked.
I do not consider that the cigars
and whisky he consumed at my expense (he always refused cocktails, since he was practically a teetotaller), and the few dollars, borrowed with a civil air of conferring a favour upon me, that passed from my pocket to his, were in any way equivalent to the entertainment he afforded me.
In the midst of the jollity produced by good cigars
, good wine, and passable anecdotes, the landlord presented his bill.