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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Tools developed in the 1990s to swap money among Cassini's scientific-instrument teams went on to run emissions trading to reduce smog in Southern California.
Its old rival China is also hoping to find a relatively clean substitute for smog-producing coal.
Monstrous draglines gouged into spare mesas, and smog settled over valleys and obscured mesa and mountain views.
Gasoline vapor contributes to ground-level ozone, which in turn contributes to smog and respiratory problems including congestion, coughing, and chest pains.
Haze: mist, fog, miasma, cloud, vapor, smog, smoke.
Trevor Williams, coming off a 1,000-yard season, is lost in the smog.
President Donald Trump's comments denouncing those who would take a knee only thickened the smog.
Maryland estimates that, on some days, up to 70 percent of its ozone or smog problem originates from emissions in upwind states, according to New York University's School of Law's Institute for Policy Integrity.
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Origin and Etymology of smog
First Known Use: 1881See Words from the same year
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