stogie


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sto·gie

or sto·gy  (stō′gē)
n. pl. sto·gies
1. A cheap cigar.
2. A roughly made heavy shoe or boot.

[After Conestoga, a village of southeast Pennsylvania.]

stogie

, stogy - A stogie (or stogy) is named for the Conestoga wagon—as drivers of the wagons rolled tobacco into thin ropes for smoking on long trips; stogies are now long, thin cigars.
See also related terms for smoking.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stogie - a cheap cigar
cigar - a roll of tobacco for smoking
Translations
sigge

stogie

stogy [ˈstəʊgɪ] N (US) → cigarro m, puro m

stogie

[ˈstəʊgi] (US) n (= cigar) → cigarillo m
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He always wore a dirty white waistcoat out of the pockets of which protruded a number of the kind of black ci- gars known as stogies.
Coming in at the front door and find- ing himself a chair, he lighted one of the stogies and crossing his legs began to talk.
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The 56-year-old has created a Welsh rarebit treat shaped just like a stogie - using anchovies, cheddar, double cream, eggs, spices, tamarind, flour and charcoal salt.
And there's something calming about taking a slow, deep drag on a stogie.
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Laid back biz attracts huge clientele, smoker/non-smoker who love live music, cocktails, 30 beers on tap, and their favorite stogie from huge walk in humidors.
You wouldn't think Justin Bieber had much to celebrate at the mo but that hasn't stopped him firing up a Cuban stogie.
I still light up a stogie whenever my sons kindly bring the old geezer one.
Summary: Simply from the way one cuts and lights their stogie, the trained eye can tell whether the smoker is an amateur or true cigar aficionado.
All five grades can be extruded or refection molded, allowing use of a stogie material for tubing and connectors.