Definition of Smudger
1. one who smudges [n -S] - See also: smudges
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Literary usage of Smudger
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Life of Voltaire by James Parton (1881)
"But if a monk, with some charcoal, sulphur, and saltpetre, changed the art of war throughout this ill-conditioned globe, why should not a paper-smudger like ..."
2. In Thackeray's London by Francis Hopkinson Smith (1913)
"A great impressionist, this smoke-smudger, and wiper-out of detail; this believer in masses and simple surfaces this destroyer of gingerbread ornaments, ..."
3. Good Words by Norman Macleod (1883)
"... not one among them all, from the smallest smudger of copy-books to the Lady Principal herself, but would willingly have kissed him there and then. ..."
4. Outdoor Sketching: Four Talks Given Before the Art Institute of Chicago by Francis Hopkinson Smith (1915)
"For the soot and grime become them, and London as well, for that matter. A great impressionist, this smoke-smudger and wiper-out of detail ..."
5. Outdoor Sketching: Four Talks Given Before the Art Institute of Chicago by Francis Hopkinson Smith (1915)
"A great impressionist, this smoke-smudger and wiper-out of detail, this believer in masses and simple surfaces, this destroyer of gingerbread ornaments, ..."
6. Popular Fruit Growing: Prepared Especially for Beginners and as a Text Book by Samuel Bowdlear Green (1912)
"Form of smudger for use in protecting orchards from frosts. It is used with a protected stone boat. as a means of frost protection. ..."