The cigaret dropped from Ansel Tomlin's mouth as he opened it in amazement.
Don't burn your lungs with cigaret smoke, or pipe smoke either.
He had expected denial from her, but she had held her cigaret up in the air, and reflectively regarded its small gilt tip.
He lighted a cigaret, and getting into bed turned on his reading lamp.
Lamb was just lighting a cigaret, gazing down the hallway of the fourteenth floor, when the muffled report came up the staircase.
She lighted a cigaret from the stand beside her and fell to studying his face.
Natalie blew a tiny cloud of cigaret smoke, and watched it for a moment.
She lighted a cigaret from the stand at Natalie's elbow to steady herself.
It is not the cigaret itself that does the harm, it is the smoke inhaled into the delicate lung tissue.
Steinhart reached for a cigaret and then stopped, remembering that Kimball had had to give them up because of the flight.
1835, American English, from French cigarette (by 1824), diminutive of cigare "cigar" (18c.), from Spanish cigarro (see cigar). Spanish form cigarito, cigarita also was popular in English mid-19c. Cigarette heart "heart disease caused by smoking" is attested from 1884. Cigarette lighter attested from 1884.
An open-cockpit inboard power boat used for offshore racing, and to some extent for transporting contraband: the look on Bush's face as he pushes up the throttle on his cigarette boat: demonic/ a speedboat, one of those cigarettes like the black one out there
[1970s+; fr their elongated shape]