adjective, smok·i·er, smok·i·est.
Examples from the Web for smokiness
It smells of the freshest, purest fragrance, after the smokiness of Harley Street.North and South|Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
He resented the smokiness, but hated to wallop him; there was so little to wallop.
His smokiness turned from a soft coal to an anthracite hue, and he went off his feed.
This also accounts for the smokiness of the interior of the burial-caves, even of the ancient ones.Unknown Mexico, Volume 1 (of 2)|Carl Lumholtz
The second is to trim the wick and do whatever else it needs to correct the smokiness.Quiet Talks on the Crowned Christ of Revelation|S. D. Gordon
British Dictionary definitions for smokiness
adjective smokier or smokiest
Word Origin and History for smokiness
early 14c., "emitting smoke," from smoke (n.) + -y (2). Meaning "filled with smoke" and meaning "resembling smoke" are from late 14c. Of flavors, from 1540s; of colors, from 1550s. Related: Smokiness.