Usage examples for smoking

  1. He stayed full half an hour at the window, smoking. – The Dark Flower by John Galsworthy
  2. He built a fire and lay beside it smoking. – The Huntress by Hulbert Footner
  3. Captain Hammond, smoking a cigar, listened in gloomy silence, feeling particularly uncomfortable, and not knowing in the least what to say. – A Terrible Secret by May Agnes Fleming
  4. Do you enjoy the new feringhi custom of smoking tobacco, Captain Hawksworth? – The Moghul by Thomas Hoover
  5. Ray did not object to women smoking. – Gigolo by Edna Ferber
  6. Yet he stood where he was, smoking still. – The Secret of the Tower by Hope, Anthony
  7. Several weeks passed as one world after another was left a smoking ruin. – The Reluctant Weapon by Howard L. Myers
  8. By the way, you don't mind me smoking, do you?" – Two Boys and a Fortune by Matthew White, Jr.
  9. After dinner they went into the smoking- room of the hotel, and Stone offered a cigar to his new friend. – Vignettes of Manhattan; Outlines in Local Color by Brander Matthews
  10. He stood a moment at the pier's edge, smoking. – Gigolo by Edna Ferber
  11. Jimmy went on smoking in silence for a while. – The Gem Collector by P. G. Wodehouse
  12. And there was the Guardian of the Pine- forest, sitting under a pine and smoking a little pipe; but he looked more cheerful now. – The Marvellous History of the Shadowless Man and The Cold Heart by Adelbert von Chamisso Wilhelm Hauff
  13. There was the intolerable smell of a smoking lamp in the room. – Love of Brothers by Katharine Tynan
  14. Have you been smoking? – The Cook's Wedding and Other Stories by Anton Chekhov
  15. If you do not object to smoking while I sing, monsieur, I propose a little music to go on with. – A Chair on The Boulevard by Leonard Merrick
  16. They found Dr. Brown and the Colonel in the study smoking. – The Major by Ralph Connor
  17. Some people are so prejudiced against ladies smoking. – The Simpkins Plot by George A. Birmingham
  18. When we sat in his hut, smoking, he would tell of all the things he had seen before he went blind. – Pan by Knut Hamsun
  19. Then he also rested his arms on the window, smoking his short pipe. – The Man-Wolf and Other Tales by Emile Erckmann and Alexandre Chatrian
  20. " That is a relief," said the baroness; " but with all you gentlemen smoking, I was afraid that I should faint." – In Direst Peril by David Christie Murray