Thesaurus / slapped
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Here he slapped his pistol pocket at the back of his lumbar region.

Dracula's GuestBram Stoker

They slapped him on the back; they called him all sorts of harsh-sounding but endearing names; they jostled him to and fro.

Andy at YaleRoy Eliot Stokes

Another half hour of like musing and suddenly he slapped his thigh.

Abe and MawrussMontague Glass

Then he slapped his legs gleefully, and explained the conceit to Will'um Byars, who went into the house and thought it over.

Auld Licht IdyllsJ. M. Barrie

After a second, he hissed like a teakettle, then slapped his knee.

MakersCory Doctorow

"Oh, they'll get the gasoline bug like the rest of us," said the genial gentleman and slapped him on the back.

The Trumpeter SwanTemple Bailey

Brown slapped the water in violent disgust, but Puttany blushed a dark and modest red.

The Cursed PatoisMary Hartwell Catherwood

With this the man burst into a shout of laughter and slapped his thigh until his face grew purple with merriment.

Dead Man's RockSir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

I picked up his brush and slapped a quart of blue paint all over that ten-thousand-dollar nightmare.

Sam said something, too, to Grace about a ring, at which she laughed merrily and slapped his face.

The Rover Boys in the AirEdward Stratemeyer


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