Definition of Smacked

1. Verb. (past of smack) ¹



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Definition of Smacked

1. smack [v] - See also: smack

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smacked

slyly
slyness
slynesses
slype
slypes
smFRET
smac 25
smack
smack-dab
smack dab
smack of
smack up
smackable
smackdown
smackdowns
smacked (current term)
smackee
smackees
smacker
smackeroo
smackeroonies
smackeroos
smackers
smackhead
smackheads
smacking
smackingly
smackings
smacks
smaik

Literary usage of Smacked

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1. The Road to En-Dor: Being an Account of how Two Prisoners of War at Yozgad by E. H. Jones (1920)
"... OOO AND TELLS WHY THE PIMPLE GOT HIS FACE smacked AFTER we had been a week in solitary confinement the Spook decided we were ..."

2. Sir John Franklin and the Arctic Regions by Peter Lund Simmonds (1852)
"into their mouths, appearing to consider it as a refreshment, or dainty, if we might judge by the z:est with which they smacked their lips at each supply. ..."

3. Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research by American Society for Psychical Research (1916)
"(But you stopped' after I smacked you.) Yes, and the SD stopped after I had ... You smacked me, papo, when I told you it was something else, (I am sorry. ..."

4. The Rational Method in Reading: An Original Presentation of Sight and Sound by Edward Gendar Ward, Ellen E. Kenyon-Warner (1908)
"Then he said some thing about Thanksgiving. Then he smacked his lips. 10. ... Then she smacked her lips and sig^d. 11. Tom was picking up apples one day. ..."

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