Examples from the Web for smoker
One of their campaigns includes a woman considering the options she has to retain a healthy lifestyle as a smoker.
He was out monitoring the Smoker's Corner, which every high school has, while the shooters did their work inside.
Use any cooking method available: the oven, smoker, or grill.
With that they fell into talk on other topics, and thought no more of the smoker.Mildred Keith|Martha Finley
He was not naturally a smoker, but cigarettes arrived in enormous numbers and something had to be done with them.
"If his neck had been as long as Smoker's he would have won," Joe would explain.Grey Town|Gerald Baldwin
When we get close to the man, and live intimately with him, we perceive the impossibility of his ever having been a smoker.Smoking and Drinking|James Parton
The smoker will be convinced that the enjoyment which he gets out of tobacco is worth all that the habit costs the community.The Unpopular Review Vol. I|Various
British Dictionary definitions for smoker
Word Origin and History for smoker
1590s, "one who cures meat," agent noun from smoke (v.). Meaning "one who smokes tobacco" is from 1610s. Railway meaning "smoking car" is from 1875. Smoker's cough attested from 1898.