Definition of Oversmoke

1. [v -SMOKED, -SMOKING, -SMOKES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oversmoke

overslept
overslid
overslide
overslides
oversliding
overslip
overslipped
overslipping
overslips
overslipt
overslop
overslops
overslow
oversman
oversmen
oversmoke (current term)
oversmoked
oversmokes
oversmoking
oversnowed
oversoak
oversoaked
oversoaking
oversoaks
oversocialized
oversocks
oversoft
oversoften
oversoftened
oversoftening

Literary usage of Oversmoke

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1. The Ftc Cigarette Test Method for Determining Tar, Nicotine & Carbon edited by Donald R. Shopland (1997)
"... Lynn T. Kozlowski and Janine L. Pillitteri BACKGROUND The question has been asked whether brand-switching smokers oversmoke lower nicotine cigarettes. ..."

2. Tobacco and Alcohol by John Fiske (1868)
"... likely to oversmoke himself more than once. So much we say, in view of the impossibility of laying down universal rules. But it is well for the smoker ..."

3. Transactions of the American Dental Association at Its ... Annual Session by American Dental Association (1875)
"... while Dr. Leslie, as I understand him, states that it is not. I think, however, that we can over-mallet just as much as we can over-drink, or oversmoke ..."

4. Disturbances of the Heart: Discussion of the Treatment of the Heart in Its by Oliver Thomas Osborne (1913)
"Many patients who oversmoke lose their appetites, have disturbances from inhibition of the gastric digestion, and may have an irregular action of the bowels ..."

5. Disturbances of the Heart: Discussion of the Treatment of the Heart in Its by Oliver Thomas Osborne (1916)
"Many patients who oversmoke lose their appetites, have disturbances from inhibition of the gastric digestion, and may have an irregular action of the bowels ..."

6. Body and Spirit: An Inquiry Into the Subconscious by John Duncan Quackenbos (1916)
"Sixty per cent, of Americans work indoors at sedentary vocations, and these drink moderately as a habit, and oversmoke as well; they do so in response to ..."

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