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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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Leamington-based Sez-U theatre company will perform as Ciggy Buttz, and his nemesis Doctor Fresh, at the event.
What a bad week for the gorgeous Stacey Soloman after she was pictured on the front of this paper having a ciggy while heavily pregnant.
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But despite an odd ciggy to calm her nerves, our stunning pictures show that fun-loving Cam looks like she has started to put it all behind her as she splashes in the surf in Hawaii.
The place was littered with bottles, paper and ciggy stumps.
Things have improved but the chip papers, crushed ciggy packs and plastic bottles which regularly chase each other up and down the roads by us are testament that there's still a long way to go.
The actress, 23, enjoyed a crafty ciggy during celebrations at Buckland House, Devon.
Whilst in Iraq and the Middle East, families reflect as to when they are going to be struck with a bombardment of bombs and bullets, some ECHO letter writers seem to consider having no bins on the streets to deposit their ciggy ends to be a major problem.