(S.Afr.) a cigarette butt, a partially smoked cigarette, esp. one stubbed out and kept for relighting later; thus a worthless remnant.
|Cold Stone Jug (1981) II 24: It’s all right if you can get a bit, now and again. And a dagga-stompie sometime.|
|Candle in the Wind 32: She pulled a stompie out of her pocket and lighted it.|
|Boesman and Lena Act II: He threw me the stompie.|
|Outside Life’s Feast 27: The stink of stale brandy and piss and old stompies will not let me breathe.|
|et al. Cold Stone Jug: The Play 14: Anybody got a cigarette? [...] Anybody got a stompie? I’m not proud.|
|Muzukuru 17: Me and my buddies had spent the day smoking stompies.|
|Rape of Sita 113: [He] was straightening out his back, and also straightening out a cigarette stompie he had picked up.|