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synonyms for smashing

  • collapsing
  • cracking
  • crumbling
  • fracturing
  • shattering
  • splintering
  • splitting
  • tearing
  • ambitious
  • awe-inspiring
  • dignified
  • glorious
  • grandiose
  • imposing
  • large
  • lofty
  • luxurious
  • magnificent
  • marvelous
  • monumental
  • noble
  • opulent
  • palatial
  • splendid
  • stately
  • sumptuous
  • august
  • dynamite
  • elevated
  • fine
  • rich
  • striking
  • super
  • admirable
  • eminent
  • exalted
  • excellent
  • fab
  • first-class
  • first-rate
  • haughty
  • illustrious
  • majestic
  • ostentatious
  • outstanding
  • pompous
  • pretentious
  • regal
  • something else
  • sublime
  • superb
  • terrific
  • unreal
  • very good
  • crumbling
  • crunching
  • crushing
  • disintegrating
  • eroding
  • grating
  • milling
  • powdering
  • rubbing
  • scraping
  • shivering
  • bone-crushing

antonyms for smashing

MOST RELEVANT
  • enduring
  • strong
  • bad
  • common
  • humble
  • ignoble
  • insignificant
  • modest
  • ordinary
  • poor
  • small
  • tiny
  • trivial
  • undignified
  • unimportant
  • unimposing
  • unimpressive
  • contemptible
  • inferior
  • low
  • paltry
  • pitiful
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            How to use smashing in a sentence

            Goyer describes it as more of a remix than a direct adaptation, and to my taste, it is a smashing success in storytelling.
            REVIEW: MORE REMIX THAN ADAPTATION, FOUNDATION IS TOP-NOTCH STORYTELLINGJENNIFER OUELLETTESEPTEMBER 24, 2021ARS TECHNICA
            The spreading, smashing and plunging of tectonic plates shapes far more than just geography.
            SCIENTISTS PIN DOWN WHEN EARTH’S CRUST CRACKED, THEN CAME TO LIFEHOWARD LEEMARCH 25, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
            Biggs was seen on video 20 seconds after someone who appears to be already-charged Proud Boys member Dominic Pezzola led the smashing of a window on the Senate side of the building with a riot shield, an FBI affidavit alleged.
            PROUD BOYS ORGANIZER JOE BIGGS ARRESTED AS FBI ALLEGES MORE POSSIBLE PLANNING IN U.S. CAPITOL BREACHSPENCER HSUJANUARY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
            If she had had "some smashing love affair," as the more romantic Flora suggested, so much the better.
            ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
            Once even a blue bean (a bullet) made sad work with my head, and my fist has got a deuce of a smashing.
            TOBACCO; ITS HISTORY, VARIETIES, CULTURE, MANUFACTURE AND COMMERCEE. R. BILLINGS.
            I gathered that he thought something of the boy, and was heating up to the door-smashing stage.
            FEE OF THE FRONTIERHORACE BROWN FYFE
            Now good-natured Alfaretta was nothing if not helpful, and quite human enough to enjoy smashing something.
            DOROTHY AT SKYRIEEVELYN RAYMOND
            Jim took a few pulls at the strong, black tobacco, and began to reconsider his notion about smashing up the service.
            THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
            He rained smashing blows upon him with a furious frenzy that would not be curbed.
            ASTOUNDING STORIES, MAY, 1931VARIOUS
            The oracle can't always be worked with tranquillity; delinquents need bruising and smashing sometimes.
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            WORDS RELATED TO SMASHING

            • collapsing
            • cracking
            • crumbling
            • fracturing
            • shattering
            • smashing
            • splintering
            • splitting
            • tearing
            • blast
            • boom
            • burst
            • clang
            • clap
            • clash
            • clatter
            • crack
            • din
            • peal
            • racket
            • slam
            • smash
            • smashing
            • sound
            • thunder
            • thunderclap
            • wham
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