smoggy

[smog-ee, smaw-gee]
adjective, smoggier, smoggiest.
full of or characterized by smog.

Origin:
1925–30; smog + -y1

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smog (smɒɡ)
 
n
a mixture of smoke, fog, and chemical fumes
 
[C20: from sm(oke + f)og1]
 
'smoggy
 
adj

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Example sentences
The city is at its best from early autumn to late spring, when the skies are
  less smoggy.
On smoggy days, you might notice difficulty breathing or trouble seeing objects
  in the distance.
Chances are, you have breathed smoggy air or found yourself stuck in traffic
  behind a car spewing fumes.
They didn't seem to mind the smoggy air in a big city.
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