|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (imp. & p. p.) of Smear.
2. (a.) Having the color markings ill defined, as if rubbed; as, the smeared dagger moth (Apatela oblinita).
Smeared (5 Occurrences)
John 9:6 After thus speaking, He spat on the ground, and then, kneading the dust and spittle into clay, He smeared the clay over the man's eyes and said to him, (WEY)
John 9:11 "He whose name is Jesus," he answered, "made clay and smeared my eyes with it, and then told me to go to Siloam and wash. So I went and washed and obtained sight." (WEY)
Psalms 119:69 The proud have smeared a lie upon me. With my whole heart, I will keep your precepts. (WEB NIV)
Isaiah 44:18 They have no knowledge or wisdom; for he has put a veil over their eyes, so that they may not see; and on their hearts, so that they may not give attention. (See NAS)
Ezekiel 22:28 Her prophets have daubed for them with whitewash, seeing false visions, and divining lies to them, saying, Thus says the Lord Yahweh, when Yahweh has not spoken. (See NAS)