The audience could almost smell the stale beer and cigarette smoke leaching from their skin.
Loosies are generally bought by cigarette addicts who have trouble affording a whole pack at the taxed rate.
I snuffed out my cigarette and threw my whiskey-laced coffee across the newsroom in anger.
I had bought the device at Rite-Aid precisely because it resembled a cigarette.
Bob Schieffer eviscerated Cain on Face the Nation over the use a cigarette in his campaign ad gone viral.
"That was very sensible of you," she declared knocking the ash from her cigarette.
"I can smoke a cigarette," thought Durtal, when he was alone.
Collins smoked a cigarette to quiet his nerves, after which he got into bed once more.
True, I feel the want of being able to light a cigarette whenever I like.
Miss Dilldall publicly boasted of the fact that she had smoked a cigarette in a restaurant in Soho!
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]