Smudgy



adjective, smudgier, smudgiest.
1.
marked with smudges; smeared; smeary.
2.
emitting a stifling smoke; smoky.
3.
British Dialect. humid; sweltering; sultry.
adjective
1.
smeared, blurred, or soiled, or likely to become so
2.
made deliberately indistinct or cloudy: smudgy colours

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