smokey

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smokey

  1. Alternative spelling of smoky
    • 1888, Henry Murger, Bohemians of the Latin Quarter[1]:
      One day Rodolphe, who had been jugged for some slight choreographic extravagances, stumbled upon an uncle of his, one Monetti, a stove maker and smokey chimney doctor, and sargeant of the National Guard, whom he had not seen for an age.
    • 2005 June 10, Liz Armstrong, “Summertime, and the Pleasures Are Guilty”, Chicago Reader:
      The kind who craves an "alternative to the smokey bar scene," says the studio's Web site, in the form of an "invigorating candlelight yoga class accompanied by great live music."