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smash hit

noun as in doozy

noun as in humdinger

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Example Sentences

It was called Rent, and when it premiered on Broadway in 1996, it was an instant smash hit, earning Larson three posthumous Tonys and a posthumous Pulitzer.

From Vox

Among her lengthy backlist—filled with coming-of-age stories centering fiery heroines and enemies-to-lovers romances—are her smash hit Mediator and Princess Diaries series.

From Time

The Nintendo Switch has been a smash hit based on just about every metric you can use.

Your first introduction to Jason Derulo may have been through smash hits like “Whatcha Say” and “In My Head,” but it wasn’t until the advent of TikTok that his career took another life.

From Ozy

At the end of the session, when we listened back to all we had laid down that day, I was sure I had a smash hit.

The young Saudi comedian behind the smash-hit viral video tells Sophia Jones about satire and the Saudi politics of driving.

The next smash hit real estate TV show could well be "$100 Million Listing."

The technology titan triumphantly introduces a smaller, lighter, somewhat cheaper version of its smash-hit tablet.

The latest version of the smash-hit smartphone has a bigger screen and some modest improvements.

I am happy to report that your book, "Interstellar Ark," is a smash hit.

Busy, happy weeks they were, for the play was a smash hit from the start.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to smash-hit, such as: accomplishment, coup, feat, gain, grand slam, and success.

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