browse search

Dictionary Suite
A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z
smoke out to force out of a refuge by, or as if by, overwhelming with smoke. [2 definitions]
smoker someone or something that smokes, esp. one who frequently smokes tobacco. [3 definitions]
smoke screen a cloud of smoke used to hide military areas or operations from an enemy. [2 definitions]
smokestack a chimney or pipe that is used to carry off smoke produced by burning substances in a factory, ship, or the like.
smoking gun something that serves as indisputable evidence, esp. of a crime.
smoking jacket a man's lounging jacket, often made of fine fabric, and worn at home.
smoky emitting smoke, esp. in large amounts, as a smoldering fire. [5 definitions]
smolder to burn slowly and with smoke, but little or no flame. [4 definitions]
smolt a young salmon that has developed enough to migrate from fresh water to the sea.
smooch (informal) to kiss. [2 definitions]
smooth free of roughness; even. [14 definitions]
smoothbore of a firearm, having a barrel with no grooves or ridges on the inner surface; not rifled. [2 definitions]
smoothen to make or become smooth.
smoothie a thick drink made in a blender using, typically, a mixture of fruit combined with ice, milk, or other liquid. [2 definitions]
smooth muscle the smooth, involuntary muscle tissue found in the internal organs and blood vessels, excluding the heart.
smooth-shaven without a beard or mustache; clean-shaven.
smooth-spoken speaking or spoken easily, pleasingly, or persuasively.
smooth-tongued speaking easily in a pleasing or, esp., glib manner.
smorgasbord a meal featuring an assortment of meats, fish, cheeses, and other foods, and served as a buffet.
smote past tense and a past participle of smite.
smother to stifle or kill by depriving of air; suffocate. [8 definitions]