noun. ['sɪˈgɑːr'] a roll of tobacco for smoking.
- roll of tobacco
- cigar butt
- cigarro (Spanish)
Words that Rhyme with Cigar
Example sentences of the word cigar
1. Noun, singular or mass
Make another mark where it exits the other end of the cigar box.
They are cigar shaped and buff in color.
Quotes containing the word cigar
1. You should hurry up and acquire the cigar habit. It's one of the major happinesses. And so much more lasting than love, so much less costly in emotional wear and tear.
- Aldous Huxley
2. Arianne had her feet up on the table, wearing a striped conductor's cap.Arriane was fixated on the game. A chocolate cigar bobbed between her lips as she contemplated her next move. Roland was giving Arianne the hawk eye."Checkmate, bitch,"Arianne said triumphantly, knocking over Roland's king.
- Lauren Kate
3. From 'the lesson of the moth':and before i could argue himout of his philosophyhe went and immolated himselfon a patent cigar lighteri do not agree with himmyself i would rather havehalf the happiness and twicethe longevitybut at the same time i wishthere was something i wantedas badly as he wanted to fry himself
- Don Marquis, Archy and Mehitabel
adjective. tapering at each end.
noun. fragrant wood much used for cigar boxes.
- Spanish cedar tree
- Cedrela odorata