Definition Of smoky

adjective

filled with or smelling of smoke.

a smoky office

Example Of smoky

  • A young woman, one of the waitresses, brought out a spoon and a bowl filled with a smoky , greenish liquid and placed them in front of Don.

  • After the remains of the satellite had crashed to earth, the village head noticed that the air had a smoky , gunpowdery smell and thought a plane had crashed nearby.

  • Another unforeseen bit of business: yuppies started paying half a million for a condo on the canal, right next to the smoky old factory.

  • As the smoky smell grew stronger, she rushed out of her son's room to investigate.

  • ‘The Scots see the smoky taste of Scotch as an attraction but I think it masks the flavour of the whiskey,’ she said


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