The bar had a smoky atmosphere, filled with boisterous Alithanians.
The tavern was smoky and filled with quite a few strange creatures.
It had the typical incense smoky smell along with a bit of earthy amber, hibiscus, and a hint of patchouli.
Wind-dried sausages, smoky bacon and salted meats are traditionally made in southwestern China in the last month of the lunar year, and served up on the New Year dinner table.
It's down-home and never highfalutin, slow-cooked and eaten fast, a sometimes sweet and always smoky feast that fills the gut as it feeds the soul.
Often in some of these countries, vanilla beans are dried over fires to speed up the process, giving the vanilla beans a smoky aroma.
My eyes were surrounded with black eye shadow and eyeliner, giving out a smoky effect.
Her blue eyes were emphasized by smoky eye shadow and her lips were full and pouty from the gloss dabbed on them.
Vegetables cooked on the grill develop an irresistible sweet and smoky taste.
There's probably more, I'm sure, but I'm tired, and I have to shower and clean off the smell from smoky bars so that I can rest.