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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Tobacco
stogiesto‧gie /ˈstəʊɡi $ ˈstoʊ-/ noun [countable]  American English informalDFT a cigar, especially a thick cheap one
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stogieWinnie whips out a stogie and starts puffing away, blowing smoke over to your table.With a cry of rage, he puffed on his much-chewed stogie and fired at us.Six-foot-seven Paul Volcker chomped on a huge stogie and dominated a room.The usual smell of long-seated bottoms, of sour shoes, of tobacco muck, of stogies, cologne, face powder.
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