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Noun
Plural for a sharp slap or blow, typically one given with the palm of the hand
“Suddenly, he felt a smack in the back of the head even harder than before.”
Noun
Plural for a loud, sharp sound
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“A loud smack of something hard meeting with something soft was heard before Trinity spoke up.”
Noun
Plural for a kiss, especially one that is audible
“His kiss lasted longer, and I had to admit it was much more satisfying than my first exuberant smack on the lips.”
Noun
Plural for a trace or suggestion of
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“I usually prefer my words in neat parcels, bare little things that are scratched onto the page with a smack of impressionism.”
Noun
Plural for a light or subtle taste or flavor of
“Anything with even a modest smack of hops dries the palate.”
Noun
Splats or plops
Noun
Plural for a forceful collision of two things
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Plural for a powerful and addictive drug derived from opium
Noun
Plural for a state of concealment
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Plural for the sound produced from drinking or eating noisily
Verb
To hit or strike, often with one's hand
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“A smile spreads across his face, and I smack him on the shoulder again.”
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To collide or crash forcefully into something, especially loudly
“The intruder shot across the floor in a straight horizontal line to smack against a pillar in a bone-crushing impact.”
Verb
(smack of) To resemble or imply (a hint of) something
“Indeed, the same phrases and metaphors, which, when found in an established author will smack of elegance, and when found in an author who is not established will smack of uncouthness.”
Verb
To give the impression of being or having a negative quality or characteristic
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To touch or press with the lips, usually as a sign of affection
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To push or force (someone or something) violently and suddenly into a particular physical position or state
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To make a sudden, sharp noise, or succession of noises
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To splatter a substance over
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To resemble or have a specified flavor of (something)
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To flow in a stream
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