Smugger



adjective, smugger, smuggest.
1.
contentedly confident of one’s ability, superiority, or correctness; complacent.
2.
trim; spruce; smooth; sleek.
adjective smugger, smuggest
1.
excessively self-satisfied or complacent
2.
(archaic) trim or neat

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  • Smuggery

    noun 1. the condition or an instance of being smug; smugness

  • Smuggler

    verb (used with object), smuggled, smuggling. 1. to import or export (goods) secretly, in violation of the law, especially without payment of legal duty. 2. to bring, take, put, etc., surreptitiously: She smuggled the gun into the jail inside a cake. verb (used without object), smuggled, smuggling. 3. to import, export, or convey goods surreptitiously […]



  • Smuggling

    verb (used with object), smuggled, smuggling. 1. to import or export (goods) secretly, in violation of the law, especially without payment of legal duty. 2. to bring, take, put, etc., surreptitiously: She smuggled the gun into the jail inside a cake. verb (used without object), smuggled, smuggling. 3. to import, export, or convey goods surreptitiously […]

  • Smugly

    adjective, smugger, smuggest. 1. contentedly confident of one’s ability, superiority, or correctness; complacent. 2. trim; spruce; smooth; sleek. adjective smugger, smuggest 1. excessively self-satisfied or complacent 2. (archaic) trim or neat



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