2. Verb. (third-person singular of spank) ¹
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Definition of Spanks
1. spank [v] - See also: spank
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spanks
Literary usage of Spanks
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Decisions of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia by Nova Scotia Supreme Court, John Morris Geldert, James Macdonald Oxley (1880)
"spanks. A PARTY acting under a license most conform to It, and if the act done be not fully covered by the license, the party committing it is responsible. ..."
2. Lorna Doone: A Romance of Exmoor by Richard Doddridge Blackmore (1890)
"And I pray you remember, Master Ridd, that the spanks are sixteen in family." But I would not take the bag from him, regarding it as a sort of bribe to pay ..."
3. Gold Hunting in Alaska by Joseph Grinnell (1901)
"At the close of the seance he claimed to have given me twenty-two spanks. They were more in the nature of bunts and kicks than square spanks. ..."
4. The Songs of Charles Dibdin: Chronologically Arranged, with Notes by Charles Dibdin, George Hogarth (1848)
"[Si» Michael and my Lady, Miss Squash, Mi?s Niggle, Captain spanks, Mr. Sligo. ... [' Captain spanks and Mr. Sligo, sit by me and Lady Goggle. ..."
5. The Something-different Dish by Marion Harris Neil (1915)
"JOHNSON'S spanks Yz pint (i cup) ... This is a delicious breakfast bread and is known, for some unaccountable reason, as Johnson's spanks. ..."
6. Tattlings of a Retired Politician by Forrest Crissey (1904)
"POLITICAL spanks AND SPANKERS. Brokenstraw Ranch, , ig—. My Dear Ned:— After you've shot your rocket don't play with the stick. Start something new. ..."