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smoky

adjective \ˈsmō-kē\

: filled with smoke

: having a flavor, taste, or appearance of smoke

: very attractive or sexy

smok·i·ersmok·i·est

Full Definition of SMOKY

1
:  emitting smoke especially in large quantities <a smoky fireplace>
2
a :  having the characteristics of or resembling smoke <a smoky haze>
b :  suggestive of smoke especially in flavor or odor
3
a :  filled with smoke <a smoky room>
b :  made dark or black by or as if by smoke
4
:  having a low throaty quality <a smoky voice>
smok·i·ly \-kə-lē\ adverb
smok·i·ness \-kē-nəs\ noun

Variants of SMOKY

smoky also smok·ey \ˈsmō-kē\
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Examples of SMOKY

  1. Her dress was a smoky blue.
  2. Her smoky voice drew me in.
  3. She gave him a smoky look.

First Known Use of SMOKY

14th century

Rhymes with SMOKY

SMOKEY Defined for Kids

smoky

adjective \ˈsmō-kē\
smok·i·ersmok·i·est

Definition of SMOKY for Kids

1
:  giving off smoke especially in large amounts <smoky stoves>
2
:  filled with or darkened by smoke <The sky was gray and smoky. — Margo Sorenson, Firewatch>
3
:  having a flavor, taste, or appearance of smoke

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