smoky

[smoh-kee]
adjective, smokier, smokiest.
1.
emitting smoke, especially in large amounts.
2.
hazy; darkened or begrimed with smoke.
3.
having the character or appearance of smoke: smoky colors.
4.
pertaining to or suggestive of smoke: a smoky haze.
5.
of a dull or brownish gray; cloudy.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English; see smoke, -y1

smokily, adverb
smokiness, noun
unsmokily, adverb
unsmokiness, noun
unsmoky, adjective
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smoky (ˈsməʊkɪ)
 
adj , smokier, smokiest
1.  emitting, containing, or resembling smoke
2.  emitting smoke excessively or in the wrong place: a smoky fireplace
3.  of or tinged with the colour smoke: a smoky cat
4.  having the flavour of having been cured by smoking
5.  made dark, dirty, or hazy by smoke
 
'smokily
 
adv
 
'smokiness
 
n

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Example sentences
The wood fuels a brick oven nearby, accounting for the enticing woodsy, smoky
  aroma.
By applying many thin coats of this adapted glaze, he achieved the smoky
  shadowing he became famous for.
As anyone who has walked into a smoky bar can tell you, alcohol and smoking
  often go hand in hand.
Diaries of the preceding days mention smoky air and a red sun at morning and
  evening.
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