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- adj. smoky
- adj. Fond of smoking tobacco.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Smoky; hence, fond of smoking; addicted to smoking tobacco.
Rustic females who habitually chew even pitch or spruce-gum are rendered thereby so repulsive that the fancy refuses to pursue the horror farther and imagine it tobacco; and all the charms of the veil and the fan can scarcely reconcile the most fumacious American to the _cigarrito_ of the Spanish fair.
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