cigar

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cigar

a cylindrical roll of cured tobacco leaves, for smoking
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What does it mean when you dream about a cigar?

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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References in classic literature ?
As he talked, he forgot to smoke, and, leaning quite casually against the chair, with arrant carelessness allowed the live coal at the end of his cigar to rest against the tip of one of Kwaque's twisted fingers.
Will you join?" said Charlie, while Rose slipped away to her aunt, and Archie buried both cigars behind the back log.
"Splendid, splendid!" he said, lighting a fat cigar after the roast.
I observed that the ladies were getting angry--over my cigar, doubtless.
'In most respects, I dare say,' replied Eugene, enjoying his cigar,
"'Twenty-five cigars, at 100 reis, 2,500 reis!' Oh, my sainted mother!
The weeping old man with the cigar in his mouth was ludicrous.
"I knew Strickland well," he said, as he leaned back in his chair and lit the cigar I had offered him.
The French proprietor joined his English friend, with his cigar already lit.
Dunster held his cigar a little way off and looked steadfastly at his host for a moment.
James Harthouse, striking the ash from his cigar with his little finger.
Van Horn, regarding the shore for some sign of life, lighted a cigar and put one hand to the waist-line of his loin-cloth to reassure himself of the presence of the stick of dynamite that was tucked between the loin-cloth and his skin.