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Synonyms for smash

Synonyms for smash

to crack or split into two or more fragments by means of or as a result of force, a blow, or strain

to strike together with a loud, harsh noise

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to undergo wrecking

a loud striking together

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a forceful movement causing a loud noise

an abrupt disastrous failure

violent forcible contact between two or more things

a wrecking of a vehicle

a dazzling, often sudden instance of success

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a vigorous blow

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a serious collision (especially of motor vehicles)

a hard return hitting the tennis ball above your head

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the act of colliding with something

a conspicuous success

hit hard

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break into pieces, as by striking or knocking over

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reduce to bankruptcy

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hit violently

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humiliate or depress completely

damage or destroy as if by violence

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hit (a tennis ball) in a powerful overhead stroke

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collide or strike violently and suddenly

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overthrow or destroy (something considered evil or harmful)

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break suddenly into pieces, as from a violent blow

with a loud crash

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for thumping "Coventry got what's been coming and I think we're going to smash a few more teams between now and the end of the season.
Are these morons going to smash someone round the back of the head to get on TV?
"It doesn't matter where you place your field if Botham's going to smash it into the crowd," was one of the commentary gems of England's 500-1 Ashes win at Headingley in 1981, but it took another 20 years for the ICC to came up with a format of the game that would offer guaranteed six appeal.
The uptake of places was phenomenal and we are sure that we are going to smash our pounds 10k target."
We need a lot more schools if we are going to smash our current record and involve around 150,000 youngsters, so we are urging schools to get in touch now."
When approached by police officers in Berwick Hills, Middlesbrough, shortly after midnight on June 7, Gareth Ian Jackson replied: "I'm going to smash Ben Milner's head in."
But Burns, 25, insists he won't be provoked again by the mouthy Mancunian veteran, who snubbed a press conference last week and sent a text saying: "Just tell the papers I'm going to smash Ricky's face in."
He shouted that he was going to smash the place up, called the nurse an abusive name and then shouted "I am going to kill you, I am going to do you."
This is not a pitch where the South Africans are going to smash it about.
Van der Voort (inset), who meets world No.13 Darren Webster in the second round today, said: "When I got into a rhythm, I thought I was going to smash him all over the place.
He wrote: "I'm going to smash her windows then drop a bomb on her house while she's tucked up in bed..." (He then went on to use obscenities.) "I'm going to find her and show her what it's like to murder innocents," he said in a second post on December 3.
It's going to smash into the NHS, every ordinary worker, the poor, the unemployed, the sick, the disabled, agency workers, those on zero hour contracts who don't want to be in an insecure job but can't find anything else, places where finding a job is almost impossible and millions of other people.
He's going to smash Algieri up whereas Khan v Brook is a very close fight.
He wound the window down and shouted to her: "I know who you were with, I am going to kill him and I'm going to smash your car."
BELLEW Now I'm going to smash Clev - 50/51 IAGO ASPAS is on the brink of leaving Liverpool for Sevilla.