smoking, present participle; smokes, 3rd person singular present; smoked, past tense; smoked, past participle;
Emit smoke or visible vapor
heat the oil until it just smokes
they huddled around his smoking fire in the winter damp
Inhale and exhale the smoke of tobacco or a drug
Janine was sitting at the kitchen table smoking
the effect of smoking on health
he smoked forty cigarettes a day
Cure or preserve (meat or fish) by exposure to smoke
Treat (glass) so as to darken it
the smoked glass of his lenses
Fumigate, cleanse, or purify by exposure to smoke
Subdue (insects, esp. bees) by exposing them to smoke
Drive someone or something out of a place by using smoke
we will fire the roof and smoke him out
Force someone to make something known
as the press smokes him out on other human rights issues, he will be revealed as a social conservative
Be aggressive or energetic
the band responds with a smoking first set
Kill (someone) by shooting
Defeat overwhelmingly in a fight or contest
Make fun of (someone)
we baited her and smoked her
smoke: the act of smoking tobacco or other substances; "he went outside for a smoke"; "smoking stinks"
emitting smoke in great volume; "a smoking fireplace"
smoke: a hot vapor containing fine particles of carbon being produced by combustion; "the fire produced a tower of black smoke that could be seen for miles"
(smoke) a cloud of fine particles suspended in a gas
(smoke) inhale and exhale smoke from cigarettes, cigars, pipes; "We never smoked marijuana"; "Do you smoke?"
(smoke) fume: emit a cloud of fine particles; "The chimney was fuming"
Smoking is a practice in which a substance, most commonly tobacco or cannabis, is burned and the smoke tasted or inhaled. ...
Smoking is the process of flavoring, cooking, or preserving food by exposing it to the smoke from burning or smoldering plant materials, most often wood. ...
Smoke is a colloid and comprises a collection of airborne solid and liquid particulates and gases emitted when a material undergoes combustion or pyrolysis, together with the quantity of air that is entrained or otherwise mixed into the mass. ...
(Smoke (album)) Smoke is an album by Paul Kelly and Melbourne bluegrass band, Uncle Bill, which was composed of Gerry Hale on guitar, dobro, mandolin, fiddle and vocals, Adam Gare on fiddle, mandolin and vocals, Peter Somerville on banjo and vocals and Stuart Speed on double bass. ...
(Smoke (band)) Smoke was a widely acclaimed band from the Cabbagetown neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia that dissolved in 1999 with the death of writer/singer Benjamin. Benjamin is the subject of Peter Sillen and Jem Cohen's documentary Benjamin Smoke (2000).
(Smoke (comics)) Smoke is a fictional character, a mutant villain in the Marvel Comics Universe. His first appearance was in X-Force #119 (August 2001). Smoke was killed by Wolverine in X-Force #120 (September 2001), while attempting to kill Orphan.
The inhalation of tobacco, or use substances; Giving off smoke; Sexually attractive, usually referring to a woman
(smoke) The visible vapor/vapour, gases, and fine particles given off by burning or smoldering material; A cigarette; An instance of smoking a cigarette, cigar, etc. ...
(smoked) Of food, preserved by treatment with smoke
(smoker) A person who smokes tobacco habitually; A smoking car on a train; An informal social gathering for men only; A vent in the deep ocean floor from which a plume of superheated seawater, rich in minerals, erupts; An illicit boxing match; see w:Battle Royal (boxing); A device that releases ...
(Smoke) a dispersion of fine solid particles in air, typically in the 10^-5-10^-9 meter range. Smokes are typically produced by the incomplete burning of an organic substance (black carbon smoke) or the vaporization of a volatile ingredient which condenses in air.
(Smoke) To preserve or cook through continuous exposure to wood smoke for a long time.
(Smoke) 1) fastball. 2) See also Cheese, Gas, High Cheese.
(Smoke) To expose fresh food to smoke from a wood fire for a prolonged period of time. Traditionally used for preservation purposes, smoking is now a means of giving flavor to food.
(SMOKE) An air suspension (aerosol) of particles, originating from combustion or sublimination. Carbon or soot particles less than 0.1 u in size result from incomplete combustion of carbonaceous materials such as coal or oil. Smoke generally contains droplets as well as dry particles. ...
(Smoke) Solid, liquid, and gaseous products of combustion that leave the combustion zone unburned and are carried through the venting system by draft.
(Smoke) Solid black or gray, but the roots of the hairs are distinctly white
(smoke) a black person, also to kill with a gun
(Smoke) an aerosol of particles caused by the incomplete combustion of a substance.