Smack



noun
1.
a taste or flavor, especially a slight flavor distinctive or suggestive of something:
The chicken had just a smack of garlic.
2.
a trace, touch, or suggestion of something.
3.
a taste, mouthful, or small quantity.
verb (used without object)
4.
to have a taste, flavor, trace, or suggestion:
Your politeness smacks of condescension.
verb (used with object)
1.
to strike sharply, especially with the open hand or a flat object.
2.
to drive or send with a sharp, resounding blow or stroke:
to smack a ball over a fence.
3.
to close and open (the lips) smartly so as to produce a sharp sound, often as a sign of relish, as in eating.
4.
to kiss with or as with a loud sound.
verb (used without object)
5.
to smack the lips.
6.
to collide, come together, or strike something forcibly.
7.
to make a sharp sound as of striking against something.
noun
8.
a sharp, resounding blow, especially with something flat.
9.
a smacking of the lips, as in relish or anticipation.
10.
a resounding or loud kiss.
adverb, Informal.
11.
suddenly and violently:
He rode smack up against the side of the house.
12.
directly; straight:
The street runs smack into the center of town.
noun
1.
Eastern U.S. a fishing vessel, especially one having a well for keeping the catch alive.
2.
British. any of various small, fully decked, fore-and-aft-rigged vessels used for trawling or coastal trading.
noun, Slang.
1.
heroin.
noun
1.
Arthur, 1863–1935, British statesman and labor leader: Nobel Peace Prize 1934.
2.
David Bremner
[brem-ner] /ˈbrɛm nər/ (Show IPA), 1840–1906, U.S. political leader: Speaker of the House 1899–1903.
3.
Fletcher (“Smack”) 1898–1952, U.S. jazz pianist, arranger, and bandleader.
4.
a city in NW Kentucky, on the Ohio River.
5.
a city in SE Nevada, near Las Vegas.
6.
a city in N North Carolina.
7.
a town in E Texas.
noun
1.
a smell or flavour that is distinctive though faint
2.
a distinctive trace or touch: the smack of corruption
3.
a small quantity, esp a mouthful or taste
verb (intransitive) foll by of
4.
to have the characteristic smell or flavour (of something): to smack of the sea
5.
to have an element suggestive (of something): his speeches smacked of bigotry
verb
1.
(transitive) to strike or slap smartly, with or as if with the open hand
2.
to strike or send forcibly or loudly or to be struck or sent forcibly or loudly
3.
to open and close (the lips) loudly, esp to show pleasure
4.
(transitive) to kiss noisily
noun
5.
a sharp resounding slap or blow with something flat, or the sound of such a blow
6.
a loud kiss
7.
a sharp sound made by the lips, as in enjoyment
8.
(informal, mainly Brit) have a smack at, to attempt
9.
(informal, mainly Brit) smack in the eye, a snub or setback
adverb (informal)
10.
directly; squarely
11.
with a smack; sharply and unexpectedly
noun
1.
a slang word for heroin
noun
1.
a sailing vessel, usually sloop-rigged, used in coasting and fishing along the British coast
2.
a fishing vessel equipped with a well for keeping the catch alive
noun
1.
Arthur. 1863–1935, British Labour politician. As foreign secretary (1929–31) he supported the League of Nations and international disarmament; Nobel peace prize 1934

smack (smāk)
n.
Heroin.
slush fund
slut
smack 1

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