smoggy

[ smog-ee, smaw-gee ]
/ ˈsmɒg i, ˈsmɔ gi /

adjective, smog·gi·er, smog·gi·est.

full of or characterized by smog.

Nearby words

  1. smock mill,
  2. smocked,
  3. smocking,
  4. smog,
  5. smogbound,
  6. smokable,
  7. smoke,
  8. smoke alarm,
  9. smoke and mirrors,
  10. smoke bomb

Origin of smoggy

First recorded in 1925–30; smog + -y1

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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


Word Origin and History for smoggy

smoggy

adj.

1905, from smog (n.) + -y (2). Related: Smogginess.

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