Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Smoky"

The meaning of "Smoky" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Smoky (word from the song "on top of old smoky") mean?
A: In the song, Old Smoky is the proper name of a mountain. Normally the word "smoky" means "covered in smoke."
Q: What does smoky mean?
A: 煙たい

Synonyms of "Smoky" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between It smells smoky and It smells burnt ?
A: You can also say that the air smells smoky if there is smoke in the air. If you say "it smells burnt" you are referring to a nearby object which burned. Both smoky and smokey are acceptable spellings, but smoky is more common.
Q: What is the difference between smoky and smoke ?
A: The room was smoky because of the smoke from her cigarette.

Other questions about "Smoky"

Q: It is very smoky day is today. does this sound natural?
A: If it is smokey from a fire you can say "it's very smokey today" or "it's a smokey day today"
Q: "Why is it this smoky here?" "They're burning something outside." does this sound natural?
A: "Why is it so smoky in here?"
Q: It's smoky here. Someone must be burning something in the neighbor. does this sound natural?
A: I think you mean "It's smoky here, someone must be burning something in the neighborhood", neighbor is a person and neighborhood is a place. :)
Q: It's too smoky in this izajaya. does this sound natural?
A: English people would not understand the word izakaya. So I would say "bar" or "pub" instead.

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