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Noun
/təˈbakō/,
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tobaccos, plural;
  1. A preparation of the nicotine-rich leaves of an American plant, which are cured by a process of drying and fermentation for smoking or chewing

  2. The plant of the nightshade family that yields these leaves, native to tropical America. It is widely cultivated in warm regions, esp. in the US and China


  1. leaves of the tobacco plant dried and prepared for smoking or ingestion
  2. aromatic annual or perennial herbs and shrubs
  3. Tobacco is an agricultural product processed from the leaves of plants in the genus Nicotiana. It can be consumed, used as an organic pesticide and, in the form of nicotine tartrate, it is used in some medicines. ...
  4. Nicotiana is the genus of herbs and shrubs which is cultivated to produce tobacco products.
  5. Tobacco (Тютюн) is a 1962 Bulgarian drama film directed by Nikola Korabov. It was entered into the 1963 Cannes Film Festival.
  6. Tobacco (born Tom Fec) is an American electronic musician. He is the frontman of the band Black Moth Super Rainbow, in addition to working as a solo artist; in both settings he works most conspicuously with pre-digital electronic instruments such as analog synthesizers and tape machines. ...
  7. The Petun (tobacco in French), or Tionontati, were an Iroquoian-speaking First Nations people closely related to the Huron Confederacy. ...
  8. A plant widely cultivated for its leaves, which are used primarily for smoking; the tabacum species is the major source of tobacco products.
  9. Examples include, but are not limited to cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco, and snuff. Use of these products can have an impact on the rating class you receive.
  10. To dream of tobacco, denotes success in business affairs, but poor returns in love. To use it, warns you against enemies and extravagance. To see it growing, foretells successful enterprises. To see it dry in the leaf, ensures good crops to farmers, and consequent gain to tradesmen. ...
  11. The primarily addictive component in tobacco is nicotine. A cigarette delivers nicotine to the brain and stimulates the nervous system. Nicotine is readily absorbed through the mucosal linings of the mouth, nose, and lungs and reaches the brain very quickly, within ten seconds. ...
  12. Some red wines have the scent of fresh tobacco. It is a distinctive and wonderful smell in wine.
  13. This aroma descriptor is reminiscent of the odour and taste of tobacco but should not be used for burnt tobacco.
  14. Sites which contain information related to smoking, cigarettes, chewing tobacco, pipes, rolling tobacco, cigarette lighters.
  15. use and smoking are very dangerous addictions which commonly cause a wide variety of diseases, cancer and death.
  16. Descriptive term, used by some, to describe a flavour component resembling the taste of raw tobacco leaf in the finish of certain red wines. Seems to mainly apply to Cabernet Sauvignons from Bordeaux, France or the Napa region of California. ...
  17. Nicotiana tabacum. A plant with leaves that have high levels of the addictive chemical nicotine. The leaves may be smoked (in cigarettes, cigars and pipes), applied to the gums (as dipping and chewing tobacco), or inhaled (as snuff). ...
  18. We are well aware of the health hazards of smoking tobbaco, but there are also ecological and environmental consequences involved in growing tobacco. Tobacco needs much more nutrients than other food crops. ...
  19. Arabic dukhan (smoke). In some parts of Syria tabagh and tutun ; in India and Central Asia, tamaku, corruption of the Persian tambaku . ...
  20. Tobacco is a very major source of income for Cuba. Pinar del Río is the source of 80% of Cuba's tobacco, with 17, 400 metric tons produced in 1995. The first tobacco factory opened in Pinar del Río in 1760 is still the main industry there. ...
  21. a plant substance that is usually smoked and that can also be chewed and can cause physical and psychological dependence. Tobacco smoke has numerous components including nicotine, tar and carbon monoxide. ...
  22. Nicotiana Tabacum. Tobacco is used as a diuretic, discutient, expectorant, sedative, and sialagogue, and internally only as an emetic, when all other emetics fail. Externally the nicotine in tobacco is an antiseptic
  23. Quarrymen are said to have chewed tobacco as a way to keep their throats from getting too dry with bluestone dust. (Evers)
  24. A sacred medicine, one of the four medicines; used in prayer, ceremony for a sacred purpose
  25. a plant; its leaves are dried and made into cigarettes, cigars, or smokeless tobacco