Definitions

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  • adjective Resembling smoke; smoky.

Etymologies

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smoke +‎ -like

Examples

  • Purple smokelike wisps hung in front of more distant clouds, separated by bands of blue.

    Plain Language

  • Purple smokelike wisps hung in front of more distant clouds, separated by bands of blue.

    Plain Language

  • Purple smokelike wisps hung in front of more distant clouds, separated by bands of blue.

    Plain Language

  • Purple smokelike wisps hung in front of more distant clouds, separated by bands of blue.

    Plain Language

  • And yet, the clouds feathered out at the edges into gray and then smokelike smudges.

    Sufficient Grace

  • And yet, the clouds feathered out at the edges into gray and then smokelike smudges.

    Sufficient Grace

  • There was something sinister about the shimmering white wall and the smokelike tendrils drifting over the dark, half-submerged rocks.

    Shield of Thunder

  • The rays of the sun were now spreading, smokelike and greyish-yellow, over the silver river.

    Through Russia

  • ‡ Named after the smokelike haze that envelops them.

    Great Smoky Mountains

  • The river slid silent beneath a smokelike layer of mist.

    Sharpe's Skirmish

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