Origin of tobacconist
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Examples from the Web for tobacconist
And the tobacconist was left alone in his shop, smoking gravely.The Slave Of The Lamp
Henry Seton Merriman
"Two weeks less for lodgings," she thought, as she returned to the tobacconist's.The Christian
At the barber's or tobacconist's they asked familiarly, 'Do you think you will ever get to Bankok?'Youth
It is inevitable that I give you the impression that I am in love with the tobacconist's wife.
A moment ago I said the other woman, the tobacconist's wife, went with me.
- mainly British a person or shop that sells tobacco, cigarettes, pipes, etc
Word Origin and History for tobacconist
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