Word of the Day #1: Smope

smope 

smōp/

verb: smope; 3rd person present:smopes; past tense: smoped; past participle: smoped; gerund or present participle: smoping


1.
To smoke and mope simultaneously.

“Jayne sits on the porch smoping while loud music plays inside”

“Bill smoped outside the workplace after getting fired.”

synonyms: ruminate and drag, chain smoking hot mess, obsess with each inhale, mull puff

informal: It helps me relax, I’m just thinking about something, this is the most stable thing in my life right now, do you think people ever really change? 

“Smoking is indispensable if one has nothing to kiss.”

– Sigmund Freud 

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