smirry

smirry

(ˈsmɜːrɪ)
adj, -rier or -riest
(Physical Geography) drizzly
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Now i abhor violence of any kind, but a smirry o' salted caramel ower an election contender's slater's suit is nae exactly high treason.
On our arrival at Belfast City Airport the day before, we had been greeted by what the Irish affectionately call "a soft day" - that's a euphemism for continual smirry rain, a bit like being caught inside a cloud, all day.
Having arranged a fly fishing lesson from one of the instructors on the estate, day three was one I had been really looking forward to, but on opening the curtains, my joy turned to despair as the blue sky was gone, and had been replaced with cloud and smirry rain.
The former variety performer whisked us from smirry Sundays in Scotland to a fantasy land of superheroes, talking bunnies and wacky road races.