Definitions

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  • noun smoke produced from burning wood.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I had the same thing as 'woodsmoke', just got a quick sight of it at close down.

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  • I wonder how I'd keep the cats off the counter during Part A. BOY does this sound good, especially the woodsmoke version.

    Oh, Cecina!

  • I love the sound of rain on the canvas, the candle light and the woodsmoke.

    Why we're living in a tent – in winter

  • The tent smells of woodsmoke and a delicious beef and vegetable broth is bubbling on the stove.

    Why we're living in a tent – in winter

  • I wonder how I'd keep the cats off the counter during Part A. BOY does this sound good, especially the woodsmoke version.

    Oh, Cecina!

  • I wonder how I'd keep the cats off the counter during Part A. BOY does this sound good, especially the woodsmoke version.

    Oh, Cecina!

  • It also deposits lignin (the sticky substance found in woodsmoke), which keeps odor-causing bacteria from growing.

    Scent Smoker Scent-Elimination System Looks Promising

  • I wonder how I'd keep the cats off the counter during Part A. BOY does this sound good, especially the woodsmoke version.

    Oh, Cecina!

  • I wonder how I'd keep the cats off the counter during Part A. BOY does this sound good, especially the woodsmoke version.

    Oh, Cecina!

  • They smelled of sheep tallow, woodsmoke and kerosene, and sometimes of whiskey seeping through their pores.

    Excerpt: Claiming Ground by Laura Bell

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