Definition of Smeary

1. a. Tending to smear or soil; adhesive; viscous.



Definition of Smeary

1. Adjective. Having smears ¹

2. Adjective. Tending to smear ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Smeary

1. smeared [adj SMEARIER, SMEARIEST]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smeary

smear tests
smear word
smearcase
smearcases
smeared
smearer
smearers
smearier
smeariest
smearily
smeariness
smearing
smearings
smearproof
smears
smeary (current term)
smeath
smeaths
smectic
smectics
smectite
smectites
smectitic
smectogen
smectogens
smeddum
smeddums
smee
smeech
smeeched

Literary usage of Smeary

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1. Opuscula.by Stephen Prentis by Stephen Prentis (1855)
"The trace of tears was seen on either cheek, Which, coursing oft, had left a smeary streak. Ye last beheld her as ye see her now, Bent o'er the soldier on ..."

2. The Chemical News (1860)
"On examining a specimen of smeary syrup with a microscopic power of 200 diameters, ... Several specimens of smeary syrup, and of grape and fruit sugar ..."

3. The Chemical Gazette (1845)
"Concentrated sulphuric acid dissolves it in the course of five to ten minutes with a beautiful purple-red colour; after some time a brown smeary resin ..."

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