Definition of 'smudgy'
Example sentences containing 'smudgy'
He saw smudgy photographs of Johnny and Dev, two men who had fallen together under an underground train.DISPLACED PERSON (2002)
She smiled shakily into his dark, smudgy eyes and kissed him again.TICKLED PINK (2002)
In the middle there was a sort of pink square, rather like a shopping bag, and in the top right-hand corner a smudgy patch of blue.PROSPECT HILL (2002)
"I powered through the smudgy glass door without looking back.LEGAL TENDER (2002)
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