smoke-filled


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Adj.1.smoke-filled - containing smoke; "smoke-filled rooms"
smoky - marked by or emitting or filled with smoke; "smoky rafters"; "smoky chimneys"; "a smoky fireplace"; "a smoky corridor"
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smoke-filled

[ˈsməʊkfɪld] ADJlleno de humo
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The sound of the music which, by the efforts of the frowsy- headed leader, drifted to her ears through the smoke-filled atmosphere, made the girl dream.
Soon we were in the green country, and I took one last glance back at the smoke-filled sky.
As much as the ape-man detested the thought of sleeping within a native hut, he had determined to do so this night, on the chance that he might be able to induce one of the younger men to sit and chat with him before the fire that burned in the centre of the smoke-filled dwelling, and from him draw the truths he sought.
A senior prosecutor was found unconscious in a toxic smoke-filled room on Tuesday in an apparent attempt to kill himself, police said Tuesday.
A MAN was led to safety from the second floor of a smoke-filled semidetached house in Edgbaston by firefighters.
AN rescued from their smoke-filled house by fire fighters and paramedics in Stafford.
While many non-smokers can easily recall the misery of a nicotine-fogged night out in pubs, clubs and restaurants, it now, thankfully, seems as much of an anachronism as the days of smoke-filled cinemas and aeroplanes.
TWO people were helped from their smoke-filled home after a chip pan was left burning.
The concentration of toxins in a smoke-filled vehicle is 23 times greater than that of a smoky bar.
Nikitta, 19, who was eight months pregnant, had been stabbed twice when her body was found in the smoke-filled bedroom.
A MAM and her teenage son were "minutes from death" as a blaze ripped through their smoke-filled flat.