Definition of Smudginess

1. n. The quality or state of being smudged, soiled, or blurred.



Definition of Smudginess

1. Noun. The state or condition of being smudgy. ¹

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Definition of Smudginess

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smudginess

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smoyles
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smudge
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smudginess (current term)
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smuggler

Literary usage of Smudginess

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1. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White (1878)
"And it is not so bad an imitation to say that a man has 'undoubtedly great powers,' but they carry him no further than 'glum smudginess;' or that power and ..."

2. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White, Graeme Mercer Adam, George Stewart (1878)
"And it is not so bad an imitation to say that a man has 'undoubtedly great powers,' but they carry him no further than 'glum smudginess;' or that power and ..."

3. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White (1878)
"And it is not so bad an imitation to say that a man has 'undoubtedly great powers/ but they carry him no further than 'glum smudginess;' or that power and ..."

4. The Popular Science Monthly (1893)
"There is a dingi- ness about the yellow curls and a dullness in the blue eyes, a smudginess in the general effect, as if Nature had finished her •work with ..."

5. The Popular Science Monthly (1893)
"There is a dingi- ness about the yellow curls and a dullness in the blue eyes, a smudginess in the general effect, as if Nature had finished her work with a ..."

6. Dramatic Values by Charles Edward Montague (1911)
"All this reassertion of neglected values and half-lost distinctions has an effect, not of dialect, since the word smacks of corruption or smudginess; ..."

7. Poets of the Younger Generation by William Archer (1902)
"Criticism seems to me to betray its trust when it gives even tacit countenance to sheer smudginess of composition. Talent may compensate for a multitude of ..."

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