As he sipped a drink, he pulled out what looked to be a cross between a pen and a cigarette holder, and he took a puff.
It was timeless, that wacky, tacky character she created; the cigarette holder was genius, paradoxically regal.
FDR was cheered as a champion of the little guy, says Corallo, and “he was who he was: this aristocrat with a cigarette holder!”
That must be a clinic for which he is drawing those intricate sketches with his cigarette holder on the marble table top.
I think there is more romance in your cigarette holder than in the whole of you!
"Couldn't possibly," he said, waving them aside with his cigarette holder.
He put his cigarette holder back in his mouth, gripped it firmly between his teeth, and turned again to his paper.