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smelly having a strong, unpleasant, or offensive odor; malodorous.
smelt1 to melt or fuse (ores) as a means of separating and obtaining the metal content. [2 definitions]
smelt2 any of various small silvery edible fishes of the freshwater and coastal marine areas of Europe and North America.
smelt3 a past tense and past participle of smell.
smelter a factory or other establishment for smelting. [3 definitions]
smew a small Eurasian merganser, the male of which has black and gray plumage and a white crest.
smidgen (informal) a very small amount; bit.
smilax any of various climbing vines and shrubs of tropical and temperate climates. [2 definitions]
smile to have a facial expression in which the corners of the mouth turn up and the eyes brighten, usu. to express pleasure, happiness, or amusement, but sometimes to express derision. [6 definitions]
smileless combined form of smile.
smiley a small icon made of typed punctuation characters that resemble a smiling face, used in electronic communication to convey happiness, amusement, or other emotions; emoticon.
smirch to stain, spot, or dirty, as by smearing with something that discolors. [4 definitions]
smirk to smile in a self-satisfied, offensively knowing, or self-conscious way. [3 definitions]
smite to hit or strike with great force, esp. with or as if with the hand or a hand-held weapon. [6 definitions]
smith one who works in metals (often used in combination). [3 definitions]
smithereens (informal) small pieces or fragments; bits.
smithy the place in which a smith works, esp. a blacksmith. [2 definitions]
smitten a past participle of smite.
smock a loose, light jacket, coat, or other similar garment, that is worn over clothing to protect it from soil or damage. [3 definitions]
smocking a type of embroidered needlework in which the fabric is stitched and gathered into a honeycomb pattern, or the stitches themselves.
smog a haze caused by the effect of sunlight on foggy air that has been polluted by vehicle exhaust gases and industrial smoke.