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adjective as in struck

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The name change, it said, smacked of “anachronistic imperialist ambitions.”

Just days later, Paul was smacked by his first national scandal.

So she got smacked and got a big bruise that she was very proud of.

Earlier this month, the politician-turned-pundit smacked Jeb Bush for ostensibly dissing the fertility of white women.

Right about now, Paula Deen may be feeling like she got smacked in the face with a full-size ham.

Mr. Bumble tasted the medicine with a doubtful look; smacked his lips, took another taste, and put the cup down empty.

George turned from it in disgust; the wild chief grinned superior and ate it himself, and smacked his lips with infinite gusto.

"I'm goin' to be smacked," she announced with grave conviction.

I smacked my lips audibly as I gasped for breath after emptying the tumbler, and my sable friend smiled with satisfaction.

Sandy smacked his lips, as if the thought had brought up pleasant memories.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to smacked, such as: battered, hurt, and pounded.

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