View definitions for slam
noun as in loud noise from impact
noun as in harsh criticism
verb as in throw or push very hard
That moment endeared me to the fierce front woman and former slam poet.
Members of the Texas Rangers once chastised him for turning a 3-0 pitch into a grand slam in a game the Padres were winning handily — in other words, for not holding back.
At-home tech, however, isn’t always a slam dunk, so brands have to be keenly aware of the marketplace and be agile when it comes to what they are providing.
Beal gave Bryant the critique, and one play later, the guard found Bryant under the basket for the slam.
He also made his first All-Star Game, where he won the slam dunk contest, which featured a team format for the first time.
That may be, but experts say that “similarities” to other attacks is hardly a slam dunk.
The bar also claims that it hosted the first-ever poetry slam 28 years ago.
And the information that the FBI has presented so far strikes many experts as hardly a slam dunk against Pyongyang.
Apparently, 2016 is not shaping up as a Democratic slam dunk.
If the President is seeking a way to court Republicans, alcohol is a slam-drunk.
She glanced uneasily at Gwynne and fancied she could hear him slam the lid of his breeding upon a supercilious sputter.
Expectantly I follow his movements; I recognize the vigorous slam of the door and the click of the spring lock.
Something in the way she said it made it sound like a little slam on the boss, and of course I wasn't going to stand for that.
Into the hut bounded Frank, and the door went to with a slam.
After eating the supper Madge prepared for him, he shuffled out, permitting the kitchen door to slam behind him.
On this page you'll find 197 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to slam, such as: bang, blast, blow, boom, burst, and clap.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.