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Correct spelling: smock


What does the acronym smock stand for?

SMOCK abbreviation definitions:

Common misspellings:

somce, smakc, smokie, sjock, smong, sizemic, somuch, smoly, siesmic, smokig, stomock, smood, skick, stoumeck, sikck, msuick, spocke, smrik, samuekl, somch, somng, smehow, snock, dsumc, smocke, smuck, smok, smurk, symolic, smokin, skock, smove, hamock, smolik, somcuh, stumock, stomak, sstock, samrk, somework, s'more, smajor, socke, stomcah, smerk, sttock, amock, stoock, stiock, stomeck.

Examples of usage:

  1. The starting- post was about three miles from the Castle; but, long before the hour, the surrounding hills were covered with people; squire and farmer; with no lack of their wives and daughters; many a hind in his smock- frock, and many an 'operative' from the neighbouring factories.  Coningsby by Benjamin Disraeli
  2. As the small party approached, it swung inward in two halves, and a figure clad in a white surgeon's smock emerged.  The Affair of the Brains by Anthony Gilmore
  3. For working in clay he demanded of his mother a smock, and she made a smock, on the model of a genuine smock which she obtained from a country- woman who sold eggs and butter in the Covered Market.  The Old Wives' Tale by Arnold Bennett
  4. I've just seen Mr. Smock.  Anderson Crow, Detective by George Barr McCutcheon
  5. A cracked bell struck up, by which they understood that the clergyman had come in sight, and they came themselves out upon a village green, where geese, donkeys, and boys in greenish smock- frocks, seemed to be all mixed up together.  The Carbonels by Charlotte M. Yonge