smoke[ smohk ]SEE DEFINITION OF smoke
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SMOKE
And now, Uncle Paul, if you don't object I'll take out my pipe and have a smoke.
She had boasted to him once of having learned to smoke at school.
He tossed them onto the table, and Hal Dozier rolled his smoke in silence.
As I eat my breakfast and smoke my pipe, I ponder over my task.
And now they all vanish in a puff of smoke from the chimney.
"There is the smoke from Bazas, on the further side of Garonne," quoth he.
He whirled about in his swivel chair, and blew a cloud of smoke from his mouth.
Yesterday morning they were at Cowes, and we saw the smoke from the burning crofts.
The smoke rolled up as usual, and the report was equally gratifying.
Chip took the cigarette from his lips and emptied his lungs of smoke.