Spanking



adjective
1.
moving rapidly and smartly.
2.
quick and vigorous:
a spanking pace.
3.
blowing briskly:
a spanking breeze.
4.
Informal. unusually fine, great, large, etc.; remarkable; distinctive:
a spanking monogram in gold embroidery.
adverb
5.
Informal. extremely, strikingly, or remarkably; very:
three little girls in spanking new dresses.
verb (used with object)
1.
to strike (a person, usually a child) with the open hand, a slipper, etc., especially on the buttocks, as in punishment.
noun
2.
a blow given in spanking; a smart or resounding slap.
verb (used without object)
1.
to move rapidly, smartly, or briskly.
noun
1.
a series of spanks, esp on the buttocks, usually as a punishment for children
adjective (prenominal)
1.
(informal) outstandingly fine, smart, large, etc
2.
quick and energetic; lively
3.
(esp of a breeze) fresh and brisk
verb
1.
(transitive) to slap or smack with the open hand, esp on the buttocks
noun
2.
a slap or series of slaps with the flat of the hand
verb
1.
(intransitive) to go at a quick and lively pace
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