smokelike

smokelike

(ˈsməʊkˌlaɪk)
n
resembling smoke
References in classic literature ?
Later again, one of the mountain's sides was clean and clear, and another side densely clothed from base to summit in thick smokelike cloud which feathered off and flew around the shaft's sharp edge like the smoke around the corners of a burning building.
But as they began to negotiate a bend they were confronted by a 'sheet of white smokelike thick fog'.
Vent hunters typically search for visual signs of the smokelike streams of particles belched by many hydrothermal vents.
The poet uses the objects to mold into recognizable form the smokelike apparitions of sorrow, joy, fear, and religious experience.
is selling a battery-powered, cigarette shaped device that converts nicotine into an inhalable smokelike vapor, without the carcinogens.
It's a frosty January morning in North Florida and clouds of smokelike steam rise from each of the 40 or so horse riders who have paused after an hour of vigorous riding to allow for the release of new dogs.
The airborne particles are incredibly small, smokelike motes roughly a few microns across.
Marlow's un-conclusions drift unrestrained, smokelike into the air.
Unique Characteristics: Color is a handsome dark purple, turning rich reddish purple in fall; not regularly available as a commercial cut foliage, but periodically appears; occasionally available with wonderful smokelike plumes.
Deciduous shrub or tree to 25 feet tall with green leaves that turn red in fall and smokelike flowers.
Smokelike snow dribbled from the spruces I bumped into; I crawled in a snowdrift in the swinish drill, footcloths hanging from my boots.
Smokelike snow dribbled from the spruces I bumped into, I crawled in a snowdrift in the swinish drill, footcloths hanging from my boots.