- The action or habit of inhaling and exhaling the smoke of tobacco or a drug: the effect of smoking on healthMore example sentences
- The bylaw provides protection from environmental tobacco smoke by prohibiting smoking in Toronto workplaces and public places.
- It is my personal observation that smoking as a habit starts in a family where there is a smoker.
- You can lower your health risk by quitting smoking if you smoke, losing weight if you are overweight and exercising regularly.
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- 1Emitting smoke or visible vapour: they huddled round his smoking fire in the winter dampMore example sentences
- The smell was mostly of smoke from the smoking car.
- I think of early people huddled into their animal skins beside a smoking fire, reading the sky like a bedtime story.
- Simmons yanked up his weak and pathetic bullet pistol, and fired into the smoking ruin that was left of the North Portico, the front door of the White House.
- 2 (often smokin') • informal Lively and exciting: Wow! This band is really smokin'!More example sentences
- You guys are REALLY smokin! Great tones and very tasty playing. I can dig it.
- That was a really smokin' pic of Katie in your previous post!
More definitions of smokingDefinition of smoking in:
- The US English dictionary