cigar smoker

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Noun1.cigar smoker - a smoker of cigarscigar smoker - a smoker of cigars      
smoker, tobacco user - a person who smokes tobacco
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I live in a condominium, and I am a cigarette smoker and occasional cigar smoker. The board of the association is circulating an amendment to the declaration that would prohibit smoking in units.
But the legendary pigeon fancier and cigar smoker showed he had a real eye for a player in a stellar managerial career.
Now in his 14th year with Famous Smoke Shop, Gary, who has "Professional Cigar Smoker" printed on his business card, will be bringing the night's featured cigar, the Inferno 3rd Degree Toro.
Typically, he would stock several hundred cigars wherever he resided, and he was such a devoted cigar smoker that he was even particular about the matches he used to light them.
It's a unifier; if you're a cigar smoker, you're in the club," he says.
However, Dave Donovan sees it otherwise when he tweeted, "WHAT WE KNOW: Joe Hockey, fmr lawyer/banker, Cuban cigar smoker, rich banker wife, enjoys dancing over impoverishment of needy Australians."
Even a once-a-day cigar smoker is exposed to the same level of nicotine as that of a pack-a-day cigarette smoker.
And then there was Ken Clarke, the chancellor who went to the despatch box with his favourite tipple whisky and being a cigar smoker. He dished out increases on beer and cigarettes but not whisky and cigars with a big grin.
Even the heaviest cigar smoker usually consumes no more than one or two a day, Spann said, and cigars are not generally inhaled deep into the lungs like other forms of smokeable tobacco.
The 34th President of the United States asked his head of press and fellow cigar smoker Pierre Salinger to obtain "1,000 Petit Upmanns" on February 6, 1962, so he could have them in his hands before they were deemed contraband.
"They're not big inhalers," said Clayton, who describes himself as an occasional cigar smoker and is aiming to bring over a traditional cigar roller from Cuba to show off his art.
Benedict, himself a keen cigar smoker, is down the other end of a phone-line in a break from rehearsing the role made famous by Peter Falk, but his ire is palpable.