chain-smoke definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To smoke cigarettes constantly, as by burning the second tobacco from earlier one.
    • To smoke cigarettes continually, as by burning the second smoke from past one.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To smoke (cigarettes, like) in continuing succession.
    • To smoke (cigarettes, like) in continuing succession.
  • verb:
    • To smoke cigars by continuously burning one through the shining end associated with earlier one.
    • To smoke cigarettes cigarette cigarettes often.
    • To smoke by continually lighting one from another.
    • smoke one smoke after another; light one tobacco through the preceding one
    • To smoke cigarettes by continuously lighting one from the radiant end of the earlier one.
    • To smoke cigarette cigarettes regularly.
    • To smoke cigarettes by constantly burning one from another.
    • smoke one tobacco cigarette after another; light one tobacco cigarette from the preceding one

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