humidor

[ hyoo-mi-dawr or, often, yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humidor
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Drawford selected a cigar from the humidor on his desk and offered one to Turnbull.

Slowly I let the lift break, and lowered the humidor to his desk.

“Every one to his own taste,” he observed as he called rather sharply to Tokudo to bring him his humidor.

Lancaster got a cigar from the humidor and collapsed his long gaunt body across chair and hassock.

Parallel to background down stage, tea table with coffee service thereon; near it to right, smaller table, on it a humidor.

When the second bottle was emptied, Mr. Claybourne brought forth a humidor filled with large, black Havanas.

He made no answer, going up to the humidor on the mantel and selecting a cigar, which he lighted very deliberately.

He turned and found a cigar to his liking out of many in a humidor beneath a smaller table at the right of his chair.

The nickel mixture was not quite like the Turkish blend in the humidor jar on the Kincaid Terrace mantel, but it sufficed.

Captain Carver selected a cigar from Peter Gross's humidor and reclined in the most comfortable chair in the room.

WORD ORIGIN

1903, from humid on model of cuspidor.

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