All Noun Verb
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  • Henry stated the positive test result was due to second hand smoke.
  • Women were only allowed to smoke in designated areas, or not at all.
  • He has broken many records for the most smokes sold in one hour.
  • There's space in the roof to allow for fire smoke to escape.
  • Patients were allowed to smoke in rooms where they could not be easily observed.
  • Meanwhile, the centre was filled with smoke and all except four people escaped the centre.
  • It was later reported that their house was still standing, although damaged by smoke and water.
  • He didn't smoke or drink and wrote daily to his mother.
  • If women are present, it is they who might grant the men permission to smoke.
  • The smoke damage to the school caused the school to be closed for the rest of the school year.
  • It did not take many minutes to hand out a big supply of smokes. Cited from With The Immortal Seventh Division, by E. J. Kennedy
  • At the fourth, smoke came out of wood and trees.
  • Between smokes he had done, and was still to do, some fine things. Cited from The Last Leaf, by James Kendall Hosmer
  • The smoke would escape through a hole in the roof that was about half a foot wide.
  • He started to smoke at the age of eight and drink regularly at twelve.
  • Scientific evidence shows that there is no safe level of exposure to second-hand smoke.
  • Scientific evidence shows that there is no safe level of exposure to second-hand smoke.
  • The risk remains, however, even in parents who do not smoke or use drugs.
  • You can actually feel the smoke string out of the guitar like it is a live show.
  • The head was either smoked over a fire or left in the air to dry.
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Meaning of smoke

  • noun A cloud of fine particles suspended in a gas
  • noun A hot vapor containing fine particles of carbon being produced by combustion
    the fire produced a tower of black smoke that could be seen for miles
  • noun An indication of some hidden activity
    with all that smoke there must be a fire somewhere
  • noun Something with no concrete substance
    his dreams all turned to smoke, it was just smoke and mirrors
  • noun The act of smoking tobacco or other substances
    he went outside for a smoke, smoking stinks
  • verb Inhale and exhale smoke from cigarettes, cigars, pipes
    We never smoked marijuana, Do you smoke?