smeary

  • 1Smeary — Smear y, a. Tending to smear or soil; adhesive; viscous. Rowe. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2smeary — [smir′ē] adj. smearier, smeariest 1. covered with or having smears; smeared 2. tending to smear, as wet ink smeariness n …

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  • 3smeary — ˈsmirē, ri adjective ( er/ est) 1. : marked by or covered with smears the smeary marble topped table Nicholas Monsarat every page … was a mess of smeary erasures Robert Rice 2. : liable to cause smears : greasy, adhesive, v …

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  • 4smeary — adjective (smearier; est) Date: circa 1529 1. marked by or covered with smears 2. liable to cause smears < smeary lipstick > …

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  • 5smeary — smear ► VERB 1) coat or mark with a greasy or sticky substance. 2) blur or smudge. 3) damage the reputation of (someone) by false accusations. ► NOUN 1) a greasy or sticky mark. 2) a false or unwarranted accusation. 3) a sample thinly …

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  • 6smeary — smeariness, n. /smear ee/, adj., smearier, smeariest. 1. showing smears; smeared. 2. tending to smear or soil. [1520 30; SMEAR + Y1] * * * …

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  • 7smeary — adjective a) Having smears b) Tending to smear …

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  • 8smeary — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. sticky, messy, smudgy, smeared; see dirty 1 , oily 1 …

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  • 9smeary — smear·y || smɪrɪ / smɪərɪ adj. marked with smears, stained, dirty; liable to stain or cause smears …

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  • 10smeary — a. Adhesive, viscous, viscid, glutinous, dauby, sticky …

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  • 11smeary — smear•y [[t]ˈsmɪər i[/t]] adj. smear•i•er, smear•i•est 1) showing smears; smeared 2) tending to smear or soil • Etymology: 1520–30 smear′i•ness, n …

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  • 12smeary — /ˈsmɪəri/ (say smearree) adjective (smearier, smeariest) 1. showing smears; smeared; bedaubed. 2. tending to smear or soil. {smear + y1} –smeariness, noun …

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  • 13smear — smear1 [smıə US smır] n [: Old English; Origin: smeoru fatty material ] 1.) a dirty mark made by a small amount of something spread across a surface smear of ▪ a smear of paint ▪ It left a black smear on his arm. 2.) BrE a ↑ …

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  • 14Dauby — Daub y, a. Smeary; viscous; glutinous; adhesive. Dauby wax. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 15smudge — I. verb (smudged; smudging) Etymology: Middle English smogen Date: 15th century transitive verb 1. a. to make a smudge on b. to soil as if by smudging 2. a. to rub, daub, or wipe in a smeary manner …

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  • 17Cross processing — A cross Processed shot of mannequins Cross processing (sometimes abbreviated to Xpro) is the procedure of deliberately processing photographic film in a chemical solution intended for a different type of film. The effect was discovered&#8230; …

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  • 20smeariness — See smeary. * * * …

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