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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.
References in classic literature ?
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
The guns of the THUNDER CHILD sounded through the reek, going off one after the other, and one shot splashed the water high close by the steamer, ricocheted towards the other flying ships to the north, and smashed a smack to matchwood.
But Queequeg, he had a mortal, barbaric smack of the lip in eating --an ugly sound enough --so much so, that the trembling Dough-Boy almost looked to see whether any marks of teeth lurked in his own lean arms.
She looked at the titles before she announced them to her mistress; she set down "Humphrey Clinker" on "The Tears of Sensibility" with a smart little smack which pointed the antithesis.
That was what I did wi' Aaron; for I was that silly wi' the youngest lad, as I could never bear to smack him.
However, since he seems a friend of yours, here goes--" And with the gladdest, most grateful sound in the world, the happy smack of a fish back home again in the water, after an appalling three minutes spent on land, that prophetic trout was once more an active unit in God's populous universe.
He was not sailorly, and yet he had a smack of the sea about him too.
And smack of the Puritan to a frightful extent," said Aramis.
Descending thence, we again entered the bar-room, where the elderly gentleman above mentioned, the smack of whose lips had spoken so favorably for Mr.
Moti Guj never mistook the pounding blow of the latter for the smack of the former that warned him to get up and turn over on the other side.
However, the horseman got off, took the silver, helped Hans up, gave him the bridle into one hand and the whip into the other, and said, 'When you want to go very fast, smack your lips loudly together, and cry "Jip
literally I smacked my cracking lips, or rather tried to smack them.