cigarette end noun
- the part of a cigarette that is held in the mouth and that remains unsmoked after it is finished
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Barnes laughed, and threw his cigarette-end into the swift brown water.
Mrs. Humphry Ward
He tapped his cigarette-end, fixing his eyes upon it and frowning a little.
Anne Douglas Sedgwick
He flung the cigarette-end away, but she refused to kiss him on account of the tobacco fumes, though she took the flowers.
H. De Vere Stacpoole
Strefford aimed his cigarette-end at a tourist on a puggaree who was gazing up from his guidebook at the palace.
The clock on the mantelshelf struck one, and he threw away his cigarette-end and got up.