smoking[ smohk ]SEE DEFINITION OF smoking
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SMOKING
The gentlemen were smoking, and some of the ladies were trying to look at ease with cigarettes.
He removed from his lips the short corn-cob pipe he was smoking.
He was smoking his big briar and drinking a huge glass of brown beer.
Then he turned to the sergeant, who was smoking philosophically.
Kua-ko was lying in his hammock, smoking, I think—certainly not reading.
But the hot rock was smoking, and the wind blew the smoke into our faces.
The smoking cattle held their noses low, and swayed beneath the yoke.
Do I not give thanks for them when they are well roasted and smoking under my nose?
They came in while I was smoking, and I stayed behind to have my smoke out.'
And the tobacconist was left alone in his shop, smoking gravely.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SMOKING
- meaning business
- no joke
- no laughing matter
- of consequence
- out for blood
- playing hard ball
- strictly business
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- on fire
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