|uninhaled smoke||sidestream smoke|
|(Slang) smoke a joint, smoke a cigaretter or a pipe, puff marijuana, puff of marijuana||toke|
|acrid smell, be angry, emit gas, fit of anger, fumigate, make fumes; smoke; pollute; stink up; rage, rant, smog, particles hanging in the air; smoke; angry mood, irritation||fume|
|action intended to obscure, smoke hiding something||smoke screen|
|affected by smoke, colored like smoke, emitting smoke; full of smoke; hazy, cloudy; darkened with smoke; resembling smoke; gray, having the color of smoke; flavored with smoke, filled with smoke, giving off excessive smoke, tasting of smoke||smoky|
|alarm, smoke alarm||smoke detector|
|allow or get too little air, cover thickly, dense smoke, overwhelm with affection, put out or be put out, something which smothers, something which suffocates, something which deprives of oxygen (i.e. thick smoke, cloud of dust, etc.); something which ...||smother|
|amount in a puff, breathe quickly, emit gas in short blasts, enlarged region on a chromosome, exaggerated praise or publicity, exhalation; short quick breath; emission of vapor (or smoke, etc.); fluffy hollow pastry; swelling, bulge, exhale; breathe; e...||puff|
|any slatted opening, frame with horizontal slats, roof structure releasing smoke, slat in louver||louver; louvre|
|blow; exhale; inhale; emit smoke; smoke (a cigarette); swing and miss a ball (Sports); strikeout (Baseball), complete miss, fail to hit a ball, gentle gust or puff, scent; puff of air (often carrying smoke); hint or trace of; strikeout (Baseball); flat...||whiff|
|bogus, cigarette, smoke||bogue|
|breathe in, take into the lungs (air, smoke, etc.)||inhale|
|breathed in, taken into the lungs (of air, smoke, etc.)||inhaled|
|building used for curing, place where meat or fish is preserved and flavored by exposure to wood smoke||smokehouse|
|burn incense; perfume; anger, enrage, provoke, irritate, fragrance, honor a god with incense, perfume with incense, praise, smoke or fragrance from incense, substance burned for its fragrant smell, substance which gives of a sweet smell when burned; sm...||incense|
|burn or smoke without flame; display repressed feelings of anger; continue in a suppressed state (also smolder), small slow-burning fire, ashes of a fire (also smolder)||smoulder|
|burn or smoke without flame; display repressed feelings of anger; continue in a suppressed state, burn slowly, exist in background, have suppressed emotion, small slow-burning fire, ashes of a fire, smoky fire, smoulder, thick smoke||smolder|
|burping, discharge, emission (as of smoke); burp, emit, discharge (i.e. smoke); burp, release gas from mouth noisily, send or come out visibly||belch|
|carcinogen in cigarette smoke||benzopyrene|
|chimney, pipe through which smoke or other vapor is expelled, outlet of steam engine, tall industrial chimney||smokestack|
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