ciggy

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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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I am a smoker and if I finish a ciggy I put it out and if there is no bin I put the stubbed out bit in my pocket.
IMAGINE a world where Ashley Cole is just a nice-looking bloke who likes an off-duty drink and a ciggy and favours the kind of clubs where trainers are only allowed if they've never seen sporting action.
The Grand National is coming soon Now here's a little bet We'll see local girls in Ugg boots All swathed in flannelette While all the world is watching East, West, North and South To see Scouse birds in pyjamas With a ciggy in their mouth The image for Culture Capital Should range from good to great Until our pyjama-clad ambassadors Say: "Worra yew lookin' at, mate"
Take a ciggy from your pocket, Here's theforeman,have to dock it.
WAVE JOn Over the Rainbow PIN-UP JIn a no smoking ad for Boots HOLY ZSMOKE Char has a ciggy before Gav drives her to London
She kept nipping out of the venue for a ciggy rather than joining in the festivities.