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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.
smogless combined form of smog.
smoke the visible, usu. black or gray gases or vapor emitted by a burning or smoldering substance. [12 definitions]
smokeable combined form of smoke.
smoke bomb a bomb that produces dense clouds of smoke upon detonation.
smoke detector a warning device that emits a loud signal when it detects the presence of smoke or heat.
smoked salmon salmon, usu. brine-cured, that has been smoked in preparation for consumption.
smokehouse a place, esp. an outbuilding on a farm, where meat or fish is cured with smoke.
smokeless having, making, or releasing little or no smoke.
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]