smother

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To be suffocated
The state of being stifled; suppression
To suffocate; stifle; obstruct, more or less completely, the respiration of
To extinguish or deaden, as fire, by covering, overlaying, or otherwise excluding the air: as, to smother a fire with ashes
To breathe with great difficulty by reason of smoke, dust, close covering or wrapping, or the like
That which smothers or appears to smother, in any sense
Of a fire: to burn very slowly for want of air; smolder
In cookery: to cook in a close dish: as, beefsteak smothered with onions
To get in the way of a kick of the ball, preventing it going very far. When a player is kicking the ball, an opponent who is close enough will reach out with his hands and arms to get over the top of it, so the ball hits his hands after leaving the kicker's boot, dribbling away
To reduce to a low degree of vigor or activity; suppress or do away with; extinguish; stifle; cover up; conceal; hide: as, the committee's report was smothered
Figuratively: to perish, grow feeble, or decline, by suppression or concealment; be stifled; be suppressed or concealed
To daub or smear
The act of smothering a kick (see above)
{v} to suffocate, suppress
{n} a smoke, thick dust, suppression
conceal or hide; "smother a yawn"; "muffle one's anger"; "strangle a yawn"
A state of suppression
To affect as by suffocation; to stife; to deprive of air by a thick covering, as of ashes, of smoke, or the like; as, to smother a fire
If you smother someone, you show your love for them too much and protect them too much. She loved her own children, almost smothering them with love
To smother someone means to kill them by covering their face with something so that they cannot breathe. A father was secretly filmed as he tried to smother his six-week-old son in hospital. = suffocate
{f} suffocate, kill by depriving of oxygen; extinguish, put out by covering (of a fire); completely cover; suppress, stifle; overwhelm
a stifling cloud of smoke conceal or hide; "smother a yawn"; "muffle one's anger"; "strangle a yawn" envelop completely; "smother the meat in gravy" deprive of the oxygen necessary for combustion; "smother fires" deprive of oxygen and prevent from breathing; "Othello smothered Desdemona with a pillow"; "The child suffocated herself with a plastic bag that the parents had left on the floor" form an impenetrable cover over; "the butter cream smothered the cake
deprive of oxygen and prevent from breathing; "Othello smothered Desdemona with a pillow"; "The child suffocated herself with a plastic bag that the parents had left on the floor"
Things that smother something cover it completely. Once the shrubs begin to smother the little plants, we have to move them
a confused multitude of things
envelop completely; "smother the meat in gravy"
a shot that either doesn't leave the ground or flies very lowly because the clubface contacted the ball in a position that was much to closed and hooded (delofted) Example: Karen smothered her tee shot by rolling the clubface closed
deprive of the oxygen necessary for combustion; "smother fires"
To reduce to a low degree of vigor or activity; suppress or do away with; extinguish; stifle; cover up; conceal; hide: as, the committees report was smothered
Cook slowly in covered pot or skillet with a little liquid added to sautéed mixture
To be suffocated or stifled
To get in the way of a kick of the ball, preventing it going very far. When a player is kicking the ball, an opponent who is close enough will reach out with his hands and arms to get over the top of it, so the ball hits his hands after leaving the kickers boot, dribbling away
That which smothers or causes a sensation of smothering, as smoke, fog, the foam of the sea, a confused multitude of things
Stifling smoke; thick dust
a stifling cloud of smoke conceal or hide; "smother a yawn"; "muffle one's anger"; "strangle a yawn"
form an impenetrable cover over; "the butter cream smothered the cake"
form an impenetrable cover over; "the butter cream smothered the cake
To jump in front of the player with the ball just before (or as) he kicks it, so that the ball is not forwarded
To hit a ball with a closed clubface
Hence, to repress the action of; to cover from public view; to suppress; to conceal; as, to smother one's displeasure
a shot that either doesn't leave the ground or flies very low because the clubface contacted the ball in a position that was much to closed Example: "Karen smothered her tee shot as she rolled the clubface closed "
If you smother an emotion or a reaction, you control it so that people do not notice it. She summoned up all her pity for him, to smother her self-pity. smothered giggles. = stifle
{i} something which smothers, something which suffocates, something which deprives of oxygen (i.e. thick smoke, cloud of dust, etc.); something which obscures or hides
If you smother a fire, you cover it with something in order to put it out. The girl's parents were also burned as they tried to smother the flames
If an activity or process is smothered, it is prevented from continuing or developing. Intellectual life in France was smothered by the occupation The debts of both Poland and Hungary are beginning to smother the reform process. = stifle
To destroy the life of by suffocation; to deprive of the air necessary for life; to cover up closely so as to prevent breathing; to suffocate; as, to smother a child
a stifling cloud of smoke
To burn slowly, without sufficient air; to smolder
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from one dilemma or difficulty to another, "out of the frying pan and into the fire
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completely covered; "bonnets smothered with flowers"; "smothered chicken is chicken cooked in a seasoned gravy
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held in check with difficulty; "a smothered cough"; "a stifled yawn"; "a strangled scream"; "suppressed laughter"
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causing difficulty in breathing especially through lack of fresh air and presence of heat; "the choking June dust"; "the smothering soft voices"; "smothering heat"; "the room was suffocating--hot and airless
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