[ smog-ee, smaw-gee ]
/ ˈsmɒg i, ˈsmɔ gi /
adjective, smog·gi·er, smog·gi·est.
full of or characterized by smog.
confused, dark, dense, dim, dismal, dull, dusky, foggy, gloomy, hazy, heavy, indefinite, indistinct, leaden, lowering, misty, mucky, muddy, murky, mushy
- smock mill,
- smoke alarm,
- smoke and mirrors,
- smoke bomb
Origin of smoggy
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Examples from the Web for smoggy
The Day of the Rally dawned bright and smoggy, but the weather boys promised a clear, cool evening.Telempathy|Vance Simonds
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