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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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30pm, and during the second call Malcolm told her that he had smacked the boy's bottom.
At 3 days old, 13 of 16 macaques smacked their lips and stuck their tongues out after the experimenter did.
Many day-old infants smacked their lips frequently after viewing a mouth opening and closing, but they didn't mimic what they had seen.
GREAT news from Tony Blair that he has smacked his children.
Victoria Climbie, much cited by the pro-ban group, wasn't smacked.
Three out of four parents have smacked their children, a poll revealed today, leading to fresh call for the practise to be outlawed.
If the child in the bank had had experience of a smacked bottom, his mother would only have had to hint at it to get appropriate behaviour.
EDUCATION Secretary David Blunkett last night stepped into the row over playgroup smacking by revealing that he had smacked his own children - and it worked.
Plus, children who were smacked by their father at the age of five had a lower score on vocabulary tests than children who weren't.
More than 4000 people voted in the poll, which asked parents whether they smacked their children.
I was smacked when I was a child though and to be honest I wish the law had been around then about banning smacking because sometimes I thought it was unnecessary.