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A container designed for storing cigars or other tobacco products at a constant level of humidity.

[From humid (on the model of cuspidor).]


(Furniture) a humid place or container for storing cigars, tobacco, etc


(ˈhyu mɪˌdɔr; often ˈyu-)

a container specially fitted to keep cigars or other items of tobacco moist.
[1900–05; humid + -or2]


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The cigar lounge has the largest, hand crafted, walk-in humidor around with the most exquisite wood work.
The riders appeared not to notice the flag man on the track and the race carried on, the George Baker-trained Humidor passing the post first in the hands of James Doyle, in a race worth PS25,000.
The hot item was a one-of-a-kind handcrafted humidor packed with Montecristo cigars that fetched $235,000.
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Of course, every bell, whistle and humidor will mean little to anyone if the teams don't win.
The humidor is made of wood and chiseled aluminum, with a Spanish cedar lining.
Peters says once retailers decide to sell cigars, all they need is a humidor to keep the cigars fresh and in good condition.
He keeps these and others in a well-stocked humidor in his office along with an ample supply of Montecristo No.
And I still have the sterling silver humidor the players gave me.
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