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a cylindrical roll of cured tobacco leaves, for smoking

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A psychoanalytic symbol for the male organ, though when Freud was once asked about his cigar, he famously responded that “sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.” Smokers tend to associate anxiety and/or relaxation with cigarettes.

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He looked and then he smiled, as he could not well help doing, for it was capitally done, the long, lazy figure on the grass, with listless face, half-shut eyes, and one hand holding a cigar, from which came the little wreath of smoke that encircled the dreamer's head.
The weeping old man with the cigar in his mouth was ludicrous.
In other words, he threw aside his cigar, and followed her out of the greenhouse.
And no snuff-- plenty of pipes and cigarettes, and a few cigars.
He wanted me to try some cigars that he strongly recommended.
Van Helsing had been silent all dinner time, but when we had lit our cigars he said, "Lord.
Book and news dealers, sellers of edibles, drinkables, and cigars, who seemed to have plenty of customers, were continually circulating in the aisles.
He became suddenly very generous, and when we had eaten he went away and returned with some excellent cigars.
This new cargo was destined for the coast of the Duchy of Lucca, and consisted almost entirely of Havana cigars, sherry, and Malaga wines.
The youth wondered what a box of cigars had to do with war.
He had a neat little cart, painted green, with a box of cigars depicted on each side panel, and an Indian chief, holding a pipe and a golden tobacco stalk, on the rear.
The opinion is not likely to induce me to say yes," answered the father, half-laughing, and yet half-angry at his son's making such allusions before Betts--"never mind him, my dear; the handkerchief is not half as expensive as his own cigars.