[fahyuh r-kyoo r] /ˈfaɪərˌkyʊər/

verb (used with object), fire-cured, fire-curing.
to cure (tobacco) by means of open fires, the smoke and flame imparting a creosotic flavor.
(transitive) to cure (tobacco) by exposure to the smoke and heat of an open fire


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