- n. Northern England, Geordie, Northumbrian, pejorative A person from Middlesbrough.
- From smog, the fumes given off from large industrial areas and buildings, for which Middlesbrough is famous. (Wiktionary)
“Smoggy cities, dirty streams, massive ocean dead zones, ozone holes, deterioriating ice sheets ... these are tangible problems.”
“Smoggy shafts of sunset filled the room and stained the linoleum floors like thin tomato soup.”
“Smoggy cities such as Los Angeles suffer from considerable ozone pollution.”
“Smoggy, choking air grips the major cities of China.”
“Smoggy cities such as Los Angeles and Houston would have been joined by counties in California's Napa Valley and one in Kansas with a population of 3,000.”
“Smoggy senators protest EPA plan to save thousands of children's lives”
“Smoggy daylight was waning, but through a curtain in one of the shops came the distinct yellow glow of candles.”
“• Smoggy: "Based on real-life greenhouse gas emission statistics, we want our users to understand these numbers through an engaging game experience and realize the problem these underlying numbers represent.”
“Steve McClaren is a great manager, a great coach and a great person," says the midfielder, his face lighting up at the mention of a one-time Middlesbrough manager routinely mocked on Tyneside as "the Smoggy with the Brolly".”
“SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Smoggy conditions continue to plague parts of northern Utah.”
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