from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who or that which slaps.
- noun A person or thing of large size; a whopper.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who, or that which, slaps.
- noun Slang Anything monstrous; a whopper.
- adjective Slang. Very large; monstrous; big.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun countable One who, or that which,
- noun countable, slang, dated Anything
monstrous; a whopper.
- noun countable, UK, Ireland, slang A
- noun countable, UK, Ireland, slang A woman of
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- noun a hitter who slaps (usually another person) with an open hand
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Six or seven years ago, anything involving the word "slapper" would have been jolly interesting to the public in connection with David Beckham.
The next day Dale posted a blog defending his use of the word "slapper" and explained how, as a non-drinker, he is horrified by public drunkenness.
Ehrhoff's long slapper from the right point just inside the blue line eluded a screened Antti Niemi (FSY) to give the Canucks the early lead.
It looked as though that goal would be enough to give the Bruins the lead heading into the second period, but Briere scored on a slapper from the circle that went through Rask's legs to tie it.
Gorges got Montreal on the board at 13: 56 before Martin set up Oduya for a slapper from the top of the left circle at 18: 20 for a 3-1 Devils lead.
The goal came just nine seconds after Suter had beaten Hasek with a slapper from the top of the other faceoff circle.
He turned aside Tomas Plekanec's drive off the right wing, made a solid stop on Mark Streit's slapper from the point and denied Saku Koivu's backhander in the slot to keep the game scoreless.
Spacek made it 2-0 at the 59-second mark of the second period with another slapper from the blue line on the power play.
Then Sturm scored again 2: 18 later with a slapper from the left circle.
Philadelphia had one of the best chances in the closing seconds when Briere's power-play slapper from the blueline almost trickled past Brodeur.