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synonyms for smudgy

  • striped
  • veined
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How to use smudgy in a sentence

As I strained my eyes to look beyond the smudgy, glass window of my tiny bush plane, the view came at me like a torrent.
SIT SLACK-JAWED UNDER THE NORTHERN LIGHTS AT KOBUK VALLEY NATIONAL PARKMTURNERJULY 29, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Her hair was disheveled, her sleeves rolled back, and her face smudged from her smudgy fingers.
WHAT WILL PEOPLE SAY?RUPERT HUGHES
And would the sea itself permit vile iron and smudgy coal to speck its immaculate bosom?
THE WIND BLOWETHBRIAN OSWALD DONN-BYRNE
With his fingers added up to his satisfaction and the total found correct, he again turned his gaze out of the smudgy window.
BACK HOMEIRVIN S. COBB
Cap'n Sproul busied himself with a little pile of smudgy account-books, each representing a road district of the town.
THE SKIPPER AND THE SKIPPEDHOLMAN DAY
The Daily Intelligencer was spread on a newsstand, a smudgy black bannerhead fouling its pure bosom.
GREENER THAN YOU THINKWARD MOORE
He held aloft in his hand a copy of a smudgy, dog-eared book, smirched and torn by constant handling.
YANKEE SHIPS AND YANKEE SAILORS: TALES OF 1812JAMES BARNES
If spades are trumps, a bit of a smudgy black knaves enough to do for your ace of clubs.
EGHOLM AND HIS GODJOHANNES BUCHHOLTZ
When he next opened his eyes, he found himself staring straight up at a vast expanse of smudgy grey.
DAVE DAWSON WITH THE R.A.FR. SIDNEY BOWEN
Those lines were mostly blind leads, and full of smudgy, even painful surprises.
THE CAR THAT WENT ABROADALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
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WORDS RELATED TO SMUDGY

  • smudgy
  • striped
  • veined
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