from The Century Dictionary.
- Crushed or ground.
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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Labour said the term smacked of gerrymandering, and recalled the scandal at
The role and the movie it was trapped within smacked of loud message-making, and pushed an agenda far too heavily for anything of substance to really come to the surface.
Palin smacked a grand slam at the convention .. but it was all down hill from there.
Prospal's shin smacked the goalie's head as he was down on the ice after making a sprawling save on Hartnell.
He is so used to preaching to the choir, he had no idea his original title smacked of fascism.
Ovechkin smacked a shot, and Clark and Kozlov battled two Canucks for the rebound.
Guerin smacked it past Weekes, subbing for a rarely rested Brodeur.
Burroughs drew a leadoff walk and Brian Giles rapped a one-out single before Phil Nevin smacked a three-run homer to right-center on a 3-2 pitch from Fernandez.
Klesko hit consecutive singles before Nevin smacked a run-scoring single to center to give the Padres a 1-0 lead.
Todd Walker singled Boone to third before Larkin smacked the ball to right field off Mike DeJean