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Adjective: smoking  smow-king
  1. Emitting smoke in great volume
    "a smoking fireplace"
     
  2. [Brit] Sexually attractive
    - dishy [Brit], hot [Brit], tasty [Brit]
     
  3. (informal) brilliant; very good
    - storming [Brit], blinding [Brit], stonking [Brit], brill [Brit], wicked, cushty [Brit], ace, def, magic [Brit], smokin', super, sick [N. Amer]
Noun: smoking  smow-king
  1. The act of smoking tobacco or other substances
    "smoking stinks";
    - smoke
     
  2. A hot vapour containing fine particles of carbon being produced by combustion
    - smoke
Verb: smoke  smowk
  1. Inhale and exhale smoke from cigarettes, cigars, pipes
    "We never smoked marijuana"; "Do you smoke?"
     
  2. Emit a cloud of fine particles
    "The chimney was smoking";
    - fume
     
  3. Treat with fumes, expose to fumes, especially with the aim of disinfecting or eradicating pests
    "The proper way to smoke a room is to close the windows and doors";
    - fumigate, fume
     
  4. (of food) preserve or flavour by smoking
    "smoke the fish"
     
  5. [N. Amer] Beat thoroughly and conclusively in a competition or fight
    "We smoked the other team on Sunday!";
    - cream, bat, clobber, drub, thrash, lick, marmelise [Brit, informal], trounce, whale [N. Amer], marmelize [Brit, informal], marmalise [Brit, informal], marmalize [Brit, informal], wipe the floor, beat hollow, muller [Brit], slaughter, hammer, tromp [N. Amer]

Derived forms: smokings

See also: amazeballs [Brit, non-standard, informal], awesome [Brit, informal], beaut [Brit, Austral, NZ], beautiful, beezer [Brit, archaic], excellent [Brit], fantabulous [Brit], first-class [Brit], ripping [Brit], smokey, smoky, splendid [Brit], top-drawer [Brit]

Type of: beat, beat out, breathing, crush, emit, evaporation, external respiration, give off, give out, habituate, process, respiration, shell, treat, trounce, use, vanquish, vapor [US], vaporisation [Brit], vaporization, vapour [Brit, Cdn], ventilation

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