ciggy

(redirected from a ciggie)

ciggy

A shortening of "cigarette." Hey, can I bum a ciggy off you?

ciggie

verb
See ciggy

ciggy

and ciggie (ˈsɪgi)
n. a cigarette. How ’bout a ciggy before we take off?
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DARREN CLARKE (below) regularly had a ciggie on the go while he won this year's Open - but the puffing Irishman might soon be forced to stub it out.
Wife Emma kept a grip on him all night - even going with him when he popped out for a ciggie...
Or maybe the actor, who puffed on a ciggie, felt under-dressed in jeans and casual top as he took the stylish blonde to see a musical in London's theatreland.
GOT A LIGHT: Shaun and Ian grab a ciggie PIC: CAVENDISH PRESS
In a strictly no-smoking venue, he would also sometimes pause for a ciggie.
No matter what I'm doing, the thought of having a ciggie is always at the back of my mind.
THERE'S been uproar over Wayne Rooney puffing a ciggie on a night out in Manchester.
DRESSED in a grubby vest, with religious symbols round his neck and a ciggie hanging from his mouth, heart-throb Mel Gibson slobs out in Rome.
The store was evacuated after a woman nipped in for a ciggie, ignoring a smoking ban.
But he insisted on a ciggie break at the Meyrick Park course in Bournemouth.
OIL BE TANNED Kate applies lotion; OLD HABITS Kate has healthy glow but can't resist a ciggie; LAPPING UP THE SUN Happy Kate and furry pal; CHEERS Kate enjoys a cocktail on motor launch in the Med Pictures: SOLARPIX
A ciggie and MP3 player...' ...apart from someone to untangle your earphones?
The mum-of-two, 26, set tongues wagging after she was spotted smoking a ciggie on her balcony in Beverly Hills looking more like Little Britain chav Vicky Pollard than a superstar.
But ever the classy bird, Britney lit up a ciggie as soon as she landed.