Synonyms of 'smoke'
1 smoulderDictionary, fume, emit smoke
The rubble was still smoking.
drag on (informal)
idiom:go up in smoke
phrasal verbsmoke something or someone out
As an example to others, and not that I care for moderation myself, it has always been my rule never to smoke when asleep, and never to refrain from smoking when awake– 70th birthday speech]
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Cigarettes are small tubes of paper containing tobacco which people smoke.
He went out to buy a packet of cigarettes.
A woman on her doorstep asked if he could spare a fag.
If you fume over something, you express annoyance and anger about it.
I fumed when these women did not respond.
see red (informal)
crack up (informal)
go ballistic (slang , US)
champ at the bit (informal)
blow a fuse (slang , US)
fly off the handle (informal)
get hot under the collar (informal)
go off the deep end (informal)
wig out (slang)
go up the wall (slang)
get steamed up about (slang)
Thesaurus for smoke from the Collins English Thesaurus
Smoke consists of gas and small bits of solid material that are sent into the air when something burns .