Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Smoky; soiled with smoke.
- Giving out reek or vapor; giving out fumes or odors, especially offensive odors. See reek.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Soiled with smoke or steam; smoky; foul.
- adj. Emitting reek.
“Something is reeky about this Condederate history month and the response.”
“I came home many times to find the burnt and reeky residue from his preferred dish, a stewy mung of canned fish, bamboo shoots, and creamed corn, clinging to the bottom of one of my precious pots.”
“Defence policy information requests were always answered by the boffins Often referred to as "reeky, pencil-necked, civvy, pukes".”
“As we say in Scotland "Awd reeky" by davy on Friday, Nov 9, 2007 at 3: 21: 07 AM”
“As we say in Scotland "Awd reeky" by davy on Friday, Nov 9, 2007 at 3: 24: 38 AM”
“Real leadership takes b*lls (plenty of women have them too, I am not throwing out reeky troll bait) - enough to stand up and LEAD people in the right direction towards constructive solutions.”
“It was something you could almost smell, like the reeky aroma rising off the hag's skin.”
“The smell coming off her was reeky and nauseating-the smell of decomposing flesh.”
“A very common British plant, or, I may say, weed, which can live in the most reeky towns, only mentioned here to introduce _A.”
“I 'll row my apron up, an' I 'll leave the reeky town,”
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