Examples of smog in a Sentence
the city's smog was once so bad that darkness often prevailed, even at noon
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In addition to Fresno, take Salt Lake City, where pollution is a fact of life: The city sits in a basin, and wintertime inversions trap a thick coat of visible smog over the city for days at a time.
But their capital has become the land of choking smog, as ger dwellers burn coal to ward off the cold.
For days, volcanic smog hung over the skies off the coast — a reminder that on the other side of the Big Island, Kilauea was erupting violently and magnificently.
At an embassy town hall last month in Beijing, U.S. officials fielded questions from a standing room-only crowd, on issues such as how to distinguish symptoms of an acoustic attack from those caused by exposure to Beijing’s heavy smog.
Another decision swept aside a key pillar of Maryland's plan to reduce soot and smog.
The government has made strides in curbing smog and slowing the growth of emissions of carbon dioxide and other planet-warming gases.
In the nadir of the 1970s, choked by smog regulations and forced to contend with unleaded gasoline, manufacturers built massive V8s that wheezed.
Like laze, this portmanteau sews together two words—volcano and smog—to describe the acidic haze that commonly forms due to volcanic emissions.
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Definition of smog for English Language Learners
: fog mixed with smoke : a cloud of dirty air from cars, factories, etc., that is usually found in cities
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