1 a retail dealer in tobacco and tobacco-related articles
2 a shop that sells pipes and pipe tobacco and cigars and cigarettes [syn: tobacco shop, tobacconist shop]
A tobacconist is an expert dealer in tobacco and the related accoutrements. Tobacco accoutrements include pipes, pipe holders, pipe lighters, pipe reamers, pipe cleaners, pipe tampers, pipe pokers, pipe ashtrays, cigar bits, cigar cutters, cigar lighters, cigar holders, cigar cases, cigar ashtrays, cigar savors, humidification/humidifiers, humidors, hygrometers, cigarette holders, cigarette snuffers, matches, air ventilation and filtration, and more. A tobacconist is someone licensed to sell tobacco in various forms as well as smoking supplies. A tobacconist may sell pipes, pipe-cleaning kits, cigars, etc.
Uses in artThe Tobacconist, Victorian Walk is a featured exhibit at the Museum of London. It showcases shops in an effort to recreate the late 19th century.
tobacconist in Macedonian: Тутунџија
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