Definition of stogie in English:

stogie

Syllabification: sto·gie
Pronunciation: /ˈstōgē
 
/
(also stogy)

noun (plural stogies)

A long, thin, inexpensive cigar.
More example sentences
  • After a massive heart operation in 1997, he vowed to carry on being an all-action hero, even if it meant cutting his daily cigar intake to one stogie instead of three.
  • When he lit up that rich Cuban stogie, I knew it was a sign to hire him, and now it's finally gonna pay off.
  • On a Nassau, Bahamas, beach, with stogie in hand, he and Chip, his longtime friend and business partner, brushed up on MPEG decoders and Zip drives.

Origin

mid 19th century (originally as stoga): from Conestoga, because the cigars are thought to have been smoked by the drivers of Conestoga wagons.

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