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chain-smoke to smoke (cigars or cigarettes) one after the other.
chimney a hollow, vertical structure of masonry, which allows smoke and gases to escape from a furnace, fireplace, or stove; flue. [1/2 definitions]
cloud a similar body of other types of matter such as dust or smoke. [1/8 definitions]
draw to cause something to be pulled, as smoke through a chimney. [1/19 definitions]
flue a duct, pipe, or other passage through which hot or cold air, smoke, or steam may be evacuated.
fog a cloudlike mass of dust, smoke, or the like. [1/8 definitions]
freebase to smoke (cocaine in a freebase form). [1/2 definitions]
fume (often pl.) a vapor, smoke, odor, or the like, esp. one that is disagreeable or unhealthful. [3/6 definitions]
fumigate to expose to smoke or chemical fumes, esp. for the purpose of disinfecting or exterminating pests.
gust an abrupt or sudden burst of anything, such as smoke, rain, or emotional response. [1/3 definitions]
haze1 a collection in the air of very fine particles, as of mist, smoke, or dust, that partly obscures vision of distant objects. [1/2 definitions]
hood a metal covering over a stove, equipped with a draft for eliminating smoke. [1/6 definitions]
hookah a smoking pipe with a long tube set in water, designed to cool the smoke as it is drawn through.
incense1 the fragrant odor or smoke produced by burning such substances. [1/4 definitions]
inhale to draw tobacco smoke into the lungs while smoking. [1/3 definitions]
kipper to cure (fish) by splitting, cleaning, salting, and drying in smoke or open air. [1/2 definitions]
lounge a room or area, as in a hotel, train station, or the like, where patrons can relax, wait, or smoke. [1/8 definitions]
murky obscured with fine particles, as of water, smoke, sediment, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
nuclear winter a hypothesized result of a major nuclear war, wherein massive cloud covers of dust and smoke would block out sunlight, lowering the earth's temperature and destroying most living things.
pall1 something that covers or darkens, such as clouds or smoke. [1/3 definitions]
particulate any substance made of distinct particles, such as smoke or other waste from combustion. [1/2 definitions]