noun, plural sto·gies.
Origin of stogy
Examples from the Web for stogy
Mr. Tutt threw his stogy into the fire and fumbled for another in the long box on the library table.By Advice of Counsel|Arthur Train
Mr. Tutt readjusted his spectacles and slowly selected a stogy from the bundle in the dusty old cigar box.
He spat the remaining filaments of his stogy from the window and fished out another.
"Ye got a raw deal, counselor," remarked Captain Phelan, amiably accepting a stogy.
It certainly had the merit of cheapness, if that be a merit in tobacco, and I experimented with the stogy.Mark Twain's Speeches|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)