cigarette end

  1. the part of a cigarette that is held in the mouth and that remains unsmoked after it is finished

Words Nearby cigarette end

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How to use cigarette end in a sentence

  • The remains of Nadine's breakfast were on a plate opposite: half a poached egg, some melon rind, marmalade and a cigarette end.

    Dodo's Daughter | E. F. Benson
  • "Oh—" Nan threw her cigarette end impatiently into the grate.

    Dangerous Ages | Rose Macaulay
  • Roger's face, very red and round-eyed behind a glowing cigarette end, appeared at the open window.

    Notwithstanding | Mary Cholmondeley
  • At last he rose, tossed away the cigarette end and, reaching for his bag, drew out a wooden club.

    Fore! | Charles Emmett Van Loan
  • "You must be discreet, my dear Féodor," said His Excellency, throwing his cigarette end into the great bronze bowl at his elbow.

    The Minister of Evil | William Le Queux