from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A loud kiss.
- n. A resounding blow.
- n. Slang A dollar.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who smacks or makes a smacking noise, especially while eating.
- n. kiss
- n. lips
- n. a dollar
- n. a pound (money)
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who smacks.
- n. A smack, or loud kiss.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a loud kiss
- n. a very powerful blow with the fist
When we're done he turns and plants a fresh smacker right on my lips.
After Spain lifted the trophy on Sunday, of course, the keeper got his own back, planting a passionate live smacker on her lips as she asked him what World Cup victory felt like.
Which whacked off four Truffala trees at a smacker.
Just holding cheek against cheek feels insincere, but there is a fine line between an acceptable peck and an overly affectionate smacker.
I didn't have the date but I had the kiss funny enough because she was so excited after finishing the semi finals the other day she ran backstage, jumped into my arms and planted a full smacker on my lips so I may have broken her duck (ph) there which I must say is quite an honor.
And I assure you that it feels damned sweet to hit the offending smacker back.
( "So I quickly invented my Super-Axe-Hacker/which whacked off four Truffula Trees at one smacker.")
To witness a boring public speaker is like going to a wedding only to see the bride and groom kiss with a simple peck rather than laying a passionate smacker to one another.
And for the avoidance of doubt I don't think Dave's a bottom smacker.
Seems the Rochdale Development Agency chief exec John Hudson, paid gersquillions* with little in the way of concrete outcomes but plenty of hot air Town Centre impression above, has decided to follow the bollock weighing bare butt smacker Sir Cyril Belch MBE and come out fighting.