M. Claretie presents a cigarette-holder and feels a hand which tries to seize it, but he resists and will not let it go.
That cigarette-holder is very pretty: what does it represent?
"Maybe there are burglars," Blount said, pointing with his cigarette-holder to Harrington's threatened king.
It was now that I had the happy thought of bringing a cigarette-holder to my assistance.
He wore a very handsome silver chain round his neck, and that and the cigarette-holder attracted my attention.
But of course one cannot make a pipe-stem out of a cigarette-holder all at once.
He took out of his flannel coat his cigarette-holder, but she told him to dress.
As he did, he must have recognized Rand; he shifted the cigarette-holder to his left hand and extended his right.
My cigarette-holder was grasped by a very strong hand, which wrenched the object from me with a good deal of energy.