Results for smoke

Definitions of smoke:

part of speech: verb transitive

To apply smoke to: to dry, scent, or medicate by smoke: to inhale the smoke of: to use in smoking: to try to expel by smoking.

part of speech: noun

The vapor from a burning body.

part of speech: verb

To apply smoke to; to cure by hanging in smoek; to inhale andemit the fumes of tobacco; to throw off in the form of smoke; to ridicule; in Scrip., to be kindled; to burn.

part of speech: verb transitive

To apply smoke to, as meat; to blacken by smoke; dry, scent, etc., by the action of smoke; inhale and puff out the smoke of; force out by smoke; as, to smoke an animal from its hole.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To emit smoke: to draw in and puff out the smoke of tobacco: to raise smoke by moving rapidly: ( B.) to burn: to rage.

part of speech: noun

The cloudy fumes or vapour arising from any burning substance; anyting volatile or apt to melt away.

part of speech: noun

The visible, carbon carrying gas produced by a burning substance; the act of smoking a pipe or cigar; light, careless talk.

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