Associations to the word «Cigarette»
CIGARETTE, noun. Tobacco, marijuana, or other substances, in a thin roll wrapped with paper, intended to be smoked.
CIGARETTE BOAT, noun. (Canada) (US) a small fast boat with a planing hull used to smuggle cigarettes to avoid taxation
CIGARETTE BOAT, noun. A go-fast boat, a powerboat of the type similar to what is used to smuggle cigarettes
CIGARETTE BOATS, noun. Plural of cigarette boat
CIGARETTE CARD, noun. A small card given free with each pack of cigarettes. Each card had a picture on the front and a text about the picture on the back. They were issued as sets about selected themes. They are collector's items now.
CIGARETTE CASE, noun. A small flat case for holding cigarettes
CIGARETTE CASES, noun. Plural of cigarette case
CIGARETTE GIRL, noun. (chiefly historical) A woman employed to sell cigarettes, sometimes cigars, and other related items.
CIGARETTE GIRLS, noun. Plural of cigarette girl
CIGARETTE LIGHTER, noun. A small, handheld device for creating fire, especially for lighting cigarettes.
CIGARETTE PANTS, noun. (plurale tantum) Pants (trousers) with a snug fit through the legs, ending in a small leg opening.
CIGARETTE PAPER, noun. A small sheet of paper used for rolling cigarettes; rolling paper.
CIGARETTE PAPERS, noun. Plural of cigarette paper
CIGARETTE, noun. Finely ground tobacco wrapped in paper; for smoking.
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