passing gas; a fart, toot, fluff, etc.
Hannah's boyfriend smeeched on her sweater, and now it smells like butt.
This is a west country/rural word of old. It means a burning smell or a smell so bad you think you can see it.
My mother, having been born on the Mendips in 1932 uses it alot.
The grilled kippers left a terrible smeech in the kitchen.
The coal fire created a foggy smeech in the lounge.
"sandwich at dennys commonly used:"
Hey big kyle lets go to dennys to get that SMEECH
the kitchen smells smeechy is it on fire
My late mother who came from Cheltenham used 'smeech' to mean 'over-heating fat', i.e. a combination of 'smoke' and 'steam' so my brother and I still thought it was only used in our family as we'd never come across anyone who knew it. but now we know better.
When I arrived at a pancake party I exclaimed 'What a smeech and everyone said 'What?''
"dude lets go have a smeech"