verb (used with object)
Origin of smock
Related formssmock·like, adjectiveun·smocked, adjective
Examples from the Web for smock
His signature blue jacket is a Parisian street sweeper's smock purchased on his semi-annual trips to Paris.
Merritt Wever is adorable and believable as Zoey, a nervous first-year nursing student so callow she has bunnies on her smock.
She is in her smock, man, and were it not for the balusters I deem ye should see her barefoot.The Wood Beyond the World|William Morris
It was Kenny in a painter's smock intent upon a palette, vividly, whimsically, delightfully Kenny.Kenny|Leona Dalrymple
If thou wer't as naked as thou wer't born, thou should'st not stay to put on a Smock.The Busie Body|Susanna Centlivre
He wore a yokel's smock much too big for him, and yet not big enough to hide his bespurred riding-boots.The Yeoman Adventurer|George W. Gough
This condition was due in a large measure, no doubt, to the fact that Smock's Creek is an unusually swift little stream.Anderson Crow, Detective|George Barr McCutcheon