I have a Burma cheroot from a very precious supply of a kind-hearted subaltern here from Burma.
At each table the entire process of making the cheroot is performed.
“Thanks,” was the reply; and the newcomer took a cheroot in the midst of a rather constrained silence.
If my cheroot gets low, there he is with a fresh one and a light, in a moment.
The General lit a cheroot, and sat in a deck chair; but the younger man fidgeted and was obviously ill at ease.
"Try this cheroot; you 'll find it better," said he, opening a secret pocket in the case.
My cheroot was still in my mouth, so I re-lighted it and smoked it, and then again lay down by the side of my companions.
Alden moved his cheroot from the left corner of his mouth to the right.
"And there's something else," said Seton quietly, knocking a cone of grey ash from his cheroot on to the dirty floor.
The darkness was redolent of strong tobacco-smoke, the smoke of a cheroot.
late 17c., probably from Portuguese charuto "cigar," from Tamil curuttu "roll" (of tobacco), from curul "to roll." Originally a cigar from southern India; later a cigar of a certain shape.