whack


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Synonyms for whack

Synonyms for whack

to hit with a quick, sharp blow of the hand

to strike, set down, or close in such a way as to make a loud noise

a quick, sharp blow, especially with the hand

a brief trial

Synonyms for whack

the sound made by a sharp swift blow

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the act of hitting vigorously

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hit hard

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But a board and a management team that whacks problems together is asking to be whacked by an unseen change in their environment.
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You wait for the one you really fancy, and then you've got to WHACK it.
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I'd always walk into the batter's box, lower my bat, get my feet right, and then whack the ball to a good spot.
Even if you got tired and wanted to get out, anybody--including your best friend--might whack you," he added.
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retailer Wal-Mart's Mexican unit Walmex aggressively lowers prices and continues to whack its competitors, three of them are banding together to better compete with the growing threat.
Sometimes a good, hard whack makes things work better.
Now inevitably at the end of my lope, I wonder if this is how the Gymster-in-Chief feels, whacked out on endorphins making up his mind whether or not to whack Saddam.
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Right-wing politicians feared Heartfield [Herzfeld] because he used the collage to whack them sharply across the face, and lips, revealing their lies and evil to the people.