verb (used with object), smoke-dried, smoke-dry·ing.
verb (used without object), smoke-dried, smoke-dry·ing.
Origin of smoke-dry
Examples from the Web for smoke-dry
This led to a system of working whereby it was possible to smoke-dry sheets thoroughly in from twelve to fourteen days.
No game was to be found, and she was compelled to kill the horses, and smoke-dry their flesh.The Ferryman of Brill|William H. G. Kingston
For lack of salt, they smoke-dry them, which always leaves an unpleasant taste, and the fish spoil easily.
The actual time taken to smoke-dry rubber may be insufficient to smoke-cure it.