smack


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smack

(smăk)
n. Slang
Heroin.

smack

Usage notes: slang.
heroin.

smack

Drug slang A popular street term for heroin. See Heroin.
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Ho, officials of this house, high and low, great and small, make haste hither one and all, and print on Sancho's face four-and-twenty smacks, and give him twelve pinches and six pin thrusts in the back and arms; for upon this ceremony depends the restoration of Altisidora.
The old woman took kindly to the blits; they enchant Dulcinea, and whip me in order to disenchant her; Altisidora dies of ailments God was pleased to send her, and to bring her to life again they must give me four-and-twenty smacks, and prick holes in my body with pins, and raise weals on my arms with pinches
To which Sancho made answer, "That's trick upon trick, I think, and not honey upon pancakes; a nice thing it would be for a whipping to come now, on the top of pinches, smacks, and pin-proddings
The fleet of refugees was scattering to the northeast; several smacks were sailing between the ironclads and the steamboat.
As he came out of his room he heard the slosh of water, a sharp exclamation, and a resounding smack as his sister visited her irritation upon one of her numerous progeny.
The child gave him a resolute kiss, with a smack in it.
There it was, the smack and slap of the spirit of revolt, of adventure, of romance, of the things forbidden and done defiantly and grandly.
There it is, sir," said he, with another cheerful smack on the open volume.
That phantom, that goat,--all smacks of magic," said one of Gringoire's neighbors.
Get rid of Trident, don't shoot terrorists, mustn't smack kids.
He said Australia's smacking legislation gives parents the right to give a slight smack to children but never on the head.