humidor

[hyoo-mi-dawr or, often, yoo-]
noun
a container or storage room for cigars or other preparations of tobacco, fitted with means for keeping the tobacco suitably moist.

Origin:
1900–05; humid + -or2

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humidor (ˈhjuːmɪˌdɔː)
 
n
a humid place or container for storing cigars, tobacco, etc

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Example sentences
It's also a local cigar club, with a walk-in humidor for regular clients.
Imported cigars are stored in a climate-controlled walk-in humidor.
Cigar bars could not sell food and would have to have a humidor for cigar storage on the premises.
There's a walk-in humidor and wine room beneath that circular staircase, designed to envelop a pneumatic elevator.
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