The noun "smoke" can be both countable and uncountable.
smoke → uncountable
Meaning: clouds that rise from fires, chimneys, etc.
Example sentence: If the wind blew the wrong way, smoke would billow out of my grandma's wood stove and fill the kitchen.
smoke → countable
Meaning: a cigarette, or the act of smoking
Example sentence: Every couple of hours, Jimmy would grab his cigarettes and step outside the office for a smoke.
In which sentence is the word "smoke" uncountable?
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Contributor: Matt Errey