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whacking

adjective as in hitting

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Example Sentences

Pai’s weed-whacking has of course not been universally celebrated.

He killed his own son and heir by whacking him over the head with the monarchal staff in a tsar-ish fit of temper.

The cudgel that President Obama is whacking House Republicans with is the cudgel they themselves put in his hand.

Stop players from whacking each other with outmoded equipment.

After whacking North Carolina, Hurricane Irene made its second landfall in New Jersey Sunday morning.

No matter: Newt seemed pleased with himself for whacking the paper.

“Then you ought to be ashamed of yourself, nephew,” retorted the old woman, whacking the floor with her stick.

My father set my sister up in business as a British peeress and bought her her husband and settled a whacking dower on her.

The Jap had the buckskin mustang up in a corner and was vigorously whacking him with a huge pole.

Have you ever noticed what whacking big cigars these fellows over here smoke?

Sir Claude, in silence, folded one by one his newspapers; then he rose and stood whacking the palm of his hand with the bundle.

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

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

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