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adjective as in hitting

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Roping in those extra noise-cancelling mics really does help to isolate your speaking voice against background din, especially loud, abrupt sounds like a slamming door, which I would have expected to cut through.

People are on alert, but there’s no panic or slamming of brakes.

Waking briefly a few times throughout the night, I heard sounds, voices, slamming doors.

Det. 2: (slamming his hand on the table and yelling) You hung her!

If the Texas senator runs for president, this is how the campaign begins—by slamming the man currently in the White House.

Stanley then went on to praise Curry after slamming her, a technique she would later use in her Rhimes piece.

Last weekend, the cattiest of Hollande's ministers went a step too far, slamming France's economic policy, and was finally ousted.

Occasionally faint sounds came from the distance—the movements of cleaners at work, a raised voice, the slamming of a door.

The clatter of levers, the slamming of iron doors, continually reverberates through the corridors.

Agatha, with this injunction, bounced out of the room, slamming-to the door so as to make Miss Judith start from her seat.

The big figure ran on and disappeared into the small house, the door slamming shut behind it.

"No," he answered laconically, slamming down the lid of the tea-basket.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to slamming, such as: beating, null, null, punishing, slapping, and smacking.

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