Definitions for "Smear"
To overspread with anything unctuous, viscous, or adhesive; to daub; as, to smear anything with oil.
To soil in any way; to contaminate; to pollute; to stain morally; as, to be smeared with infamy.
Hence, a spot made by, or as by, an unctuous or adhesive substance; a blot or blotch; a daub; a stain.
To smudge, blur, or render indistinct (writing, pictures, etc.).
a blemish made by dirt; "he had a smudge on his cheek"
make a smudge on; soil by smudging
to gain purchase by using friction to adhere the sole of the shoe onto a rock
A technique which uses the friction of the climbing shoe rubber against the rock face.
Climbing technique in which the sole of the shoe, plus proper weight over the feet, provides traction for moving upward.
to vilify (a person); to damage (a person's reputation), especially falsely or by unfair innuendo, and with malicious intent.
slanderous defamation
charge falsely or with malicious intent; attack the good name and reputation of someone; "The journalists have defamed me!" "The article in the paper sullied my reputation"
Keywords:  copybook, discredit, blot, huge, brings
an act that brings discredit to the person who does it; "he made a huge blot on his copybook"
a simple attempt to 'rubbish' a group or an individual and to seek to undermine their credibility
An unwanted side effect of vertical charge transfer in a CCD chip. It shows vertical bright stripes in places of the image where there are very bright areas. In better cameras smear is minimized to almost undetectable levels.
Edges of images are not sharp but glare and spread out to one side.
An artifact usually caused by mid-frequency distortions in an analog system that results in the vertical edges of the picture spreading horizontally.
Keywords:  oinment, oily, fat, substance
A fat, oily substance; oinment.
A defect in a coating caused by accidental handling or movement of the printing screen or substrate during application of the coating film. May also be caused by momentary sticking of the printing screen to the printed substrate during the print stroke.
Keywords:  trick, deliberately, king, ace, win
to deliberately play a scoring card (ace, ten, or king) on a trick that partner is expected to win