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Use "cigars" in a sentence
"It is probable I'd be considered to have very lowbrow taste in cigars and tobacco products."
"Personally, I would recommend you get some San Andres cigars from the state of Veracruz."
"In addition to meeting and hearing the details on each of the night's cigars from the maker himself -- not to mention watching the waiters march down Sixth Ave from Rue 57 with trays elevated to provide the evening's sustenance -- I was struck by the camaraderie of the occasion."
"Here, merchants ruled supreme, though to outsiders, the hierarchy was extremely puzzling: why should Mrs. X whose spouse exports tea be “haut ton,” while Mrs. Y whose husband imports cigars is not to be called on?"