Definition of Smuggest

1. Adjective. (superlative of smug) ¹



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Definition of Smuggest

1. smug [adj] - See also: smug

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smuggest

smudger
smudgers
smudges
smudgier
smudgiest
smudgily
smudginess
smudginesses
smudging
smudgy
smug
smugged
smugger
smuggeries
smuggery
smuggest (current term)
smugging
smugglable
smuggle
smuggled
smuggler
smugglers
smuggles
smuggling
smugglings
smugly
smugness
smugnesses
smugs
smuon

Literary usage of Smuggest

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1. 'Hail and Farewell!' by George Moore (1912)
"We are supposed to be a most romantic and adventurous race, and very likely we were centuries ago ; but we are now the smuggest and the most prosaic people ..."

2. The Collected Works of George Moore by George Moore (1912)
"We are supposed to be a most romantic and adventurous race, and very likely we were centuries ago; but we are now the smuggest and the most prosaic people ..."

3. All the Year Round: A Weekly Journal by Charles Dickens (1869)
"My reply seemed to be more satisfactory than I had reason to expect, and indeed to smuggest some meaning that I had not intended. ..."

4. The Law of Pleading and Evidence in Civil Actions: Arranged Alphabetically by John Simcoe Saunders (1851)
"... and offering to remit it in any way the legatee would smuggest, which he afterwards did, minus a sum deducted for expenses: held, that deft, ..."

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