smack

Part of speech: verb

To have a flavor.

Part of speech: verb

To give or make a smack.

Part of speech: noun

A quick sharp sound; a noisy kiss; a sounding slap.

Part of speech: verb

To have a taste or flavor.

Part of speech: noun

A taste; flavor.

Part of speech: noun

A small coasting or fishing vessel.

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Usage examples "smack":

  1. As you pass, I slip under your arm and catch you a smack on the point of the jaw which puts you to sleep." - "A Poached Peerage", William Magnay.
  2. The enclosed is longer than either of those, and certainly not so good: yet as I flatter myself that it has a smack of Merlin's style in it, and as I feel that it expresses forcibly enough some of the feelings of our time, perhaps you may be induced to admit it. - "The Suppressed Poems of Alfred Lord Tennyson", Alfred Lord Tennyson.
  3. It's going to come out of sub- space right smack in the path of that freighter. - "Jack of No Trades", Charles Cottrell.