humidor

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From humid, modeled after cuspidor (spittoon).[1]

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humidor (plural humidors)

  1. A container designed to keep its contents at a constant humidity; especially such a box for storing cigars.
    • 2016, The Cuban Cigar Handbook: The Discerning Aficionado's Guide to the Best Cuban Cigars in the World, Cider Mill Press (→ISBN), page 89:
      Don't just toss them in the humidor; you need to progressively re-humidify them. You're definitely going to want a thermometer to put inside your humidor, as well as a hygrometer []

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