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stogy

slang A cigar, especially an inexpensive one. We sat on the back porch sipping whiskey and smoking stogies.
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I wondered if they still hired the poet laureate who once wrote metaphors about a stogy in my mouth.
Heck, I might as well light a stogy and smoke to my old times, to my old friends, to wannabe poets, to pugnacious politicians, to the Great Crouton, and to the good times that might have been.
to corncob to clay, from meerschaum to briar to claro to stogy to cigarillo
Sectarian division was deplored as stogy and unproductive.
To her eyes, banks were "stogy, establishment and boring." She refused two job offers before Liberty persuaded her that switching to a traditional banking mindset was not required.