|tobacco hornworm||tobacco worm|
|(Bureau of) Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, automatic transmission fluid||ATF|
|1960s dance, bend, bread or roll, cigar or tobacco, coil, curl, spin, turn; rotate opposite ends of an object in opposing directions; entwine; distort, pervert; sprain (ankle, etc.); produce a spiral shape, constantly change direction, distort meaning,...||twist|
|act of inhaling, breathing in; sound made when breathing in; powdered tobacco that is inhaled through the nose; burnt end of a candle wick, amount of snuff, destroy something, extinguish flame, inhale something, breathe in through the nose; sniff, smel...||snuff|
|adult tomato hornworm||tomato sphinx|
|any of a number of plants having large leaves that are chewed or smoked leaves of the tobacco plant; products made from tobacco leaves, crop of tobacco, dried processed leaves, habit of using tobacco, plant whose leaves are smoked, product made from to...||tobacco|
|bite; act of chewing, candy, chew tobacco, damage something by biting, grind food with the teeth, grind up food before swallowing, piece of chewing tobacco||chew|
|box for storing snuff, small box in which powdered tobacco is kept||snuffbox|
|box for storing tobacco, container for keeping cigars moist||humidor|
|braid, braided wire, long braid of hair hanging at the back of the head, queue, tobacco strand||pigtail|
|briarroot, wood used for tobacco pipes||briarwood|
|brier, kind of tobacco pipe, shrub of southern Europe, thorny plant or bush, wild rose bush; branch from a thorny plant (also brier), tobacco pipe made from the root of the white heath, tree heath||briar|
|broad-leaved, tobacco plant with broad leaves||broadleaf|
|cake of chewing tobacco, cap, cork; stop up, block; publicize, advertise, close up something, stopper; electrical connector; obstruction, block; fire hydrant; advertisement, electrical connection, filler for a hole, fireplug, give something a favorable...||plug|
|ceremonial pipe, tobacco pipe smoked during peace ceremonies (used by North American Indians)||calumet|
|chew tobacco, chew without swallowing, piece of something chewable (as tobacco), wad of chewing tobacco||chaw|
|cigarette, cloud of tiny particles, cure food with smoke, darken, fumigate with smoke, give off smoke, give off smoke; give off a smokelike vapor; inhale and exhale tobacco smoke; preserve and flavor food by exposing it to wood smoke; darken glass usin...||smoke|
|cover with tar, dark thick substance obtained from wood and other organic substances (used in protective coatings and sealants); sailor (Informal), residue from tobacco smoke, smear or cover with tar, cover with asphalt, cover with pitch, thick black l...||tar|
|cure tobacco with heat||flue-cure|
|cuspidor, bowl-shaped container into which tobacco chewers spit tobacco juice (common in the 19th century), receptacle for spittle||spittoon|
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