Definition of "smoke-filled" [smoke-filled]

  • Containing smoke (adjective)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "smoke-filled" in a sentence
  • "In the 1970s she called the smoke-filled kitchen of her tiny flat in Moscow "the inn of merry beggars" after the dissident writers and intellectuals who crammed into it, seeking her help."
  • "Etymological detour ahead, please skip if it bores you: These types of negotiations used to take place in what was originally called "smoke-filled back rooms" -- but of course, the rooms are now smoke-free."
  • "Frightened passengers clawed their way through the smoke-filled cabin and most managed to escape before the explosion."