Smock (smŏk), n. [AS.
smocc; akin to OHG. smocho, Icel. smokkr, and
from the root of AS. smūgan to creep, akin to G.
schmiegen to cling to, press close, MHG. smiegen, Icel.
smjūga to creep through, to put on a garment which has a
hole to put the head through; cf. Lith. smukti to glide. Cf.
Smug, Smuggle.] 1. A woman's under-
garment; a shift; a chemise.
In her smock, with head and foot all
2. A blouse; a smoock frock.
Smock (?), a. Of or pertaining to a
smock; resembling a smock; hence, of or pertaining to a
Smock mill, a windmill of which only the cap
turns round to meet the wind, in distinction from a post mill,
whose whole building turns on a post. -- Smock
race, a race run by women for the prize of a smock.
Smock, v. t. To provide with, or
clothe in, a smock or a smock frock. Tennyson.