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Synonyms for smacker

the act or an instance of kissing

a quick, sharp blow, especially with the hand

Words related to smacker

a loud kiss

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a very powerful blow with the fist

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Plant A Smacker won by 12 lengths for trainer Michael Halford, who was at Cork.
MARY Byrne planted a smacker on her hero Simon Cowell and declared: "God, I've missed him.
Victoria couldn't help tweeting a snap of her planting a smacker on his cheek as they enjoyed a dinner cooked Kitchin at Gilmerton House in East Lothian.
The couple gazed into each other's eyes before style guru Trinny, 50, leant across the table and planted a smacker on super-rich art collector Charles' lips at Scott's - the London restaurant where he was also pictured apparently throttling wife Nigella, leading to the end of their marriage.
Grandfather Des Weaver enjoys a smacker from his long-suffering wife Eunice after finally shaving off the "Uncle Albert" beard he lovingly cultivated for 14 long months.
She clocks the kiss and, judging by her pint-curdling expression, (right), she'd like to given 'em both one in the smacker.
today announced that it has completed the sale of the retail division of its Plak Smacker subsidiary.
Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler's stairway smacker was first shown in 1939.
The Dinah Shore Chevy Show'' (1956-63) offered a comfortable, folksy style and the star said goodbye each week with a big smacker of a blown kiss.
1992: Liberal Democrat leader Paddy Ashdown gave his wife a Valentines Day smacker in Liverpool.