Tobacco in a sentence

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Definition of Tobacco

  • An American plant (Nicotiana Tabacum) of the Nightshade family, much used for smoking and chewing, and as snuff. As a medicine, it is narcotic, emetic, and cathartic. Tobacco has a strong, peculiar smell, and an acrid taste.
  • The leaves of the plant prepared for smoking, chewing, etc., by being dried, cured, and manufactured in various ways.
  • leaves of the tobacco plant dried and prepared for smoking or ingestion
  • aromatic annual or perennial herbs and shrubs

How to use tobacco in a sentence. Tobacco pronunciation.

WILL THE LORD DELIVER FROM BAD HABITS OF TOBACCO, RUM, LIQUOR, LICENTIOUSNESS, ETC.
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Not only has the desire for smoking been effectually squelched_, but a perfect hatred of smoking has been developed on account of the offensiveness of the odor of tobacco.
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And from that moment he says he has never used it, neither does he in any way like the smell, or even the sight of tobacco.
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One night as I was retiring to rest, I thought I would kneel by my bed and ask _Him_, who never refuses to answer prayer, to take from me the desire for tobacco, and from that moment it has been impossible for me to use it.
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At the age of twelve years I commenced to use tobacco, and continued to use it, both smoking and chewing, till five years ago, when in answer to prayer the appetite was instantly removed.
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I found that tobacco was injuring my health.
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The minister in his remarks spoke about habits, and said that religion would cure all bad habits, such as tobacco, &c., and that by prayer God would remove all evil appetites.
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The next morning I took out my tobacco to take a chew, and thought of what the minister had said the night before.
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I went down on my knees, and on them I stayed until I had asked God many times to take away all my appetite for rum and tobacco, and everything else which was displeasing to Him, and make me a new creature in Christ Jesus-a holy, devoted Christian man, for the sake of Him who died for sinners.
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OVER BAD HABITS, TOBACCO, OPIUM, ETC.
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He gives a few of these incidents: "One is an officer in a church in New York, who had used tobacco for forty years, making during that time many efforts to abandon the practice, but always failing because of the resultant inward growing.
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At table his beverage was ale; for wine-unless it were very sweet port-he cared little; but in the privacy of his own room, whilst smoking numberless pipes of rank tobacco, he indulged freely in spirits.
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He reached several times for his pipe, and remembered when he had touched it that the lips with which he greeted Nancy ought not to be redolent of tobacco.
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Some soldier in the detachment suggested that a quid of tobacco externally would be beneficial, so this also was done.
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It was not a dressing favorable to an aseptic condition of the wound, perhaps, nor was there anything in the quid of tobacco calculated to withdraw the poison or neutralize its effects, so the doctors may characterize this as a very foolish proceeding; but country people skilled in simples and herb remedies might tell some of these ultra scientific surgeons that the application of a quid of tobacco or of a leaf of tobacco to the sting of a wasp or the bite of a spider, or even the sting of a scorpion, is nearly always attended by beneficial results.
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I am not thinking of tobacco, or anything of the kind; twenty years from now, or fifty years from now, it may be religion, or some other domain of life which at the present moment seems free from the danger of attack.
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This implement was also called, jaⁿ jiñga nini ibista ("the stick that presses the fire against the tobacco"), because it was used for lighting pipes.
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One form of the pipe used on ordinary Tobacco pouches (niniújiha) were made of deer or antelope skin, and were ornamented with porcupine quills or a fringe of deerskin.
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One of these last prohibitions is the smoking of tobacco, which is unclean, malodorous, disagreeable and vulgar and of which the gradual harmfulness is universally recognized.
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All clever physicians have judged, and have also shown by experiment, that one of the constituents of tobacco is a mortal poison and that smokers are exposed to different indispositions and maladies.
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Examples of Tobacco

Example #1
The Lord met and delivered him in the very jaws of the enemy.
Example #2
This question having been asked by a clergyman of Brooklyn, Rev. S.H. Platt, he received a large number of communications, which evidently prove that the Lord is _willing_ and _does_, either _instantaneously_ or gradually in answer to prayer, deliver and take away wholly the bad _habits_ and _appetites_ of those who are willing to forsake their sinful ways and cleave only to Him.
Example #3
I am filled with wonder, for I expected a terrible fight with an appetite, strengthened by an indulgence of about thirty-five years, but the enemy has not shown his head.
Example #4
This further time has more fully developed the thoroughness of the case spoken of and the completeness of the victory over an evil habit.
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THE LORD DELIVERS FROM BODILY SINS.
Example #6
He had acquired the habit of using large quantities of whiskey and brandy, and withal more or less given to licentiousness.