verb (used with object), smug·gled, smug·gling.
verb (used without object), smug·gled, smug·gling.
Words nearby smuggle
Origin of smuggle
OTHER WORDS FROM smugglesmug·gler, nounan·ti·smug·gling, adjectiveun·smug·gled, adjective
Examples from the Web for smuggler
Finding a smuggler in Ventimiglia is easier than finding good food.
“We met the smuggler in the train station; he came to speak with us about the services he provided,” Yazbek says.
“When the smuggler boat is ready, they call you,” Saed says.
When you are safely out, you give your password to the smuggler who calls it in to the broker to release the funds.
In another, meant for viewers in El Salvador, shadows on a wall illustrate a conversation between a teenage boy and a smuggler.
The yacht was outside of the smuggler, about two miles to the westward, and about five or six miles from the revenue-cutter.The Three Cutters|Captain Frederick Marryat
The young ladies made no reply, but simultaneously glanced at the smuggler, whose face was extremely pale.The Smuggler Chief|Gustave Aimard
"He was all things to all men;" could aid a smuggler, drink with a Cavalier, pray with a Roundhead.The Buccaneer|Mrs. S. C. Hall
You may be sure every smuggler in the Apennines will do for a man who was in the Savigno revolt what he will not do for us.The Gadfly|E. L. Voynich
The trade of smuggler has ever been one of wild adventure and excitement.The Cheerful Smugglers|Ellis Parker Butler