He was seen a mile away from the cheerless camp, where his companions, with smoke-dried eyes, lamented his absence.
When the meat is smoke-dried it keeps for a long time, and is capital food.
This dry meat, and smoke-dried fish, constituted our daily food, and that in very insufficient quantity for hardworking men.
I am afraid they are all over, blossomed and gone while I have been smoke-dried here.
Her hair was grizzled, and the straggling tresses hung untrammelled about her smoke-dried and hard-lined visage.
More'm I. I'd hate to be--smoke-dried like a ham--as bad as any Jew.
The corpse's head is anointed, then it is smoke-dried and laid in the grave at full length, stones or earth being piled on it.
The curtains are smoke-dried, the windows want cleaning, and the floor is not kept as it should be.
Fires were lighted instantly, six were burning in a circle at once; we were well nigh suffocated and smoke-dried—all in vain.
An average sheet of rubber which has been well rolled should be smoke-dried at a temperature of 120° F. in about ten days.