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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They "work" when one whacks them against a table, chair, the floor, one's thigh and so on.
When Chester gave Fred that extra whack to "grow on," Fred suddenly started to grow.
IF you're bored at work or with your life - then you may well need a whack around the head.
Certainly evidence of how whack reporters are today," the New York Post quoted her as saying.
Hughton saw Wayne Routledge take a nasty whack on the side of the leg when he was sandwiched by Grant McCann and giant former Gateshead defender Rob Jones last night.
Before long, word got around Northridge about the woman taking her family for Saturday morning outings to whack weeds and pick up trash on their streets.
A moderate whack of your putter is all it takes to send the sphere rolling gently along the fairway.
16pm) should have all the answers to the A8 if an early whack.
However, as soon as one small variable is changed--the location of the object or the starting position of the robot arm--the whole system gets out of whack and requires a human to reset it.
Sometimes a good, hard whack makes things work better.
With prices and incomes so far out of whack," said Ms.
I would like those ones which you can really whack and they don't go very far.
Well, next time, giving your phone a nice whack might just do the trick for you.
I'm a routine guy, and everything was out of whack.