smoker

[smoh-ker]
noun
1.
a person or thing that smokes.
2.
Railroads.
a.
Also called smoking car. a passenger car for those who wish to smoke.
b.
a compartment for those who wish to smoke.
3.
an informal gathering, especially of men, for entertainment, discussion, or the like.
4.
an enclosed metal box or similar device for smoking meats, poultry, or fish.
6.
British, smoking-concert.

Origin:
1590–1600; smoke + -er1

antismoker, noun
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smoker (ˈsməʊkə)
 
n
1.  a person who habitually smokes tobacco
2.  Also called: smoking compartment a compartment of a train where smoking is permitted
3.  an informal social gathering, as at a club
4.  a vent on the ocean floor from which hot water and minerals erupt

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Example sentences
He's a journalist, editor and professional drinker and smoker.
The cake-eater and the smoker show up when faced by temptation.
Studies show that no matter how long you've been a smoker, quitting has major
  and immediate health benefits.
The counterman pulled out a brisket that had been in the smoker for fifteen
  hours and distributed samples.
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