Definition of Slamming

1. Verb. (present participle of slam) ¹



2. Adjective. (slang) Great; awesome. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Slamming

1. the practice of switching a person's telephone service from one company to another without permission [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Slamming

slambooks
slamdance
slamdanced
slamdances
slamdancing
slamdunk
slamdunk approach
slamdunk approaches
slamdunks
slamfire
slamfires
slammed
slammer
slammerkin
slammers
slamming (current term)
slammingly
slammings
slams
slander
slandered
slanderer
slanderers
slandering
slanderous
slanderously
slanderousness
slanders
slandre
slane

Literary usage of Slamming

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1. A Treatise on the Law of Carriers of Passengers by Norman Fetter (1897)
"slamming of Car Door. 88. Collisions—Between Trains Running on Same Track. 89. Same—Between Trains at Grade Crossings. 90. Same—At Street-Railway Crossings. ..."

2. Catalogue of the Architectural Exhibition Held in the New Public Library by Boston Society of Architects, Boston Architectural Club (1891)
"THE NORTON DOOR-CHECK AND SPRING Closes Doors without slamming or Breaking of Glass. AG-ENTS. HA BERRY, 39 DEY STREET, NEW YORK, NY; ORR & LOCKETT HARDWARE ..."

3. Catalogue of the First Annual Exhibition of the Boston Architectural Club by Boston Architectural Club (1890)
"... THE NORTON DOOR-CHECK AND SPRING Closes Doors without slamming or Breaking of Class. AGENTS. HA BERRY, 39 DEY STREET, NEW YORK, NY ; ORR & LOCKETT ..."

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