cigarette paper noun
- a piece of thin paper rolled around tobacco to form a cigarette
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It was in Arabic on a small piece of cigarette-paper which might be easily swallowed should the messenger be captured.
Jacqueline M. Overton
A countryman joined us for a short distance, to whom Omar gave a cigarette-paper and a pinch of tobacco.
Stratton shook some tobacco into a cigarette-paper and jerked the draw-string with his teeth.
Joseph Bushnell Ames
The damned funnel’s so low we can’t get draught to burn a cigarette-paper; and these new pumps they’ve given her!
David W. Bone
And while he knows the danger of delay, he consented as readily as any of us would if asked for a cigarette-paper.