noun, plural smok·eys. (often initial capital letter) Slang.
Origin of smokey
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Pharrell, and maybe his Smokey the Bear hat, will be on hand to perform “Happy,” a nominated song that happens to—get this!
Browne's "nuns" (models) donned sharp eyebrows, smokey eye makeup, and nails similar to those worn by Lorde to the Grammy Awards.
The singer covered parts of her naked body with moss, accessorizing with smokey eyeshadow and a voluminous haircut.Miranda Kerr Reportedly Won’t Walk in This Year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show; Gucci Receives $144.2 Million in Counterfeit Damages|The Fashion Beast Team|October 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
If Wills has any say in the matter, their boy will have his very own Smokey, too.How Different Is Raising the Royal Baby From a Typical American Child?|Kevin Fallon, Lizzie Crocker|July 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Smokey Robinson [I remember] the five young guys who sang and danced up a storm.
Smokey had been in the habit of taking a latest evening edition through to Pat in his engine cab.
But in the morning when Jimmy, pale and sickly, climbed down from the baggage-car, there was no Smokey to meet or greet him.
It was a terrible blow to Smokey, but right away the optimism that seems to breed itself in these woods bolstered him to action.
Smokey nursed him, while Jimmy and the organ-grinder worked harder and raised enough money to get a doctor.
At the words "Smokey's all to the bad," Jimmy forgot everything, particularly himself and his own illness.