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cigarette paper

noun
1.
a piece of thin paper rolled around tobacco to form a cigarette
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  • cigarette paper, briar root, etc., are not included in these figures.

    Tobacco Leaves W. A. Brennan
  • He was busy emptying powdered quinine into a cigarette paper.

    A Son Of The Sun Jack London
  • Douglass carefully selected a cigarette paper and reached for the tobacco pouch.

    The Song of the Wolf Frank Mayer
  • All my blanks were in the pack but I located it, all the same–with some rocks and a cigarette paper.

    Wunpost Dane Coolidge
  • He found the chief in camp and after begging tobacco and a cigarette paper the Indian finally reached the purpose of his visit.

    The Mucker Edgar Rice Burroughs
  • He was delicately taking a cigarette paper from a little case.

    The Garden Of Allah Robert Hichens
  • In fact, we can see whether we are rising or sinking only by throwing a cigarette paper out of the basket now and then.

  • What Marian had to say on this occasion could not be written upon a cigarette paper.

    Cow-Country B. M. Bower
  • A single slip of paper—a cigarette paper would answer excellently—will contain the data covering a man's individual code.

    On Secret Service William Nelson Taft
  • Laramie was tearing out a cigarette paper: "I could look at them without him," he returned calmly.

    Laramie Holds the Range Frank H. Spearman

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