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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Each time Fred got a whack to grow on, he got bigger.
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That was a hell of a whack, but Wayne's finished OK.
Well, it's the same with helping Chris whack weeds and pick up trash,'' says her friend, Trish Lyons.
With your putter, you whack the golf ball and watch as it rolls down the fairway with an acceleration of 3.
The fact he was beaten little over two lengths despite those whacks suggests he remains a step ahead of the grader - and he can prove it from a decent draw this lunchtime.
That may achieve the newfound powers without applying a hard whack.
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.
The pileated woodpeckers, like most of the clan, usually whack their cavities out of dead trees in which a fungus has already softened the wood.
Just as the wee bloke sits down again, there comes another almighty whack.
NOBODY will ever know if Young Whack had a crafty drag behind the stable block to calm the nerves before winning at
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I've also told him to watch tapes of Willie Carson, who was an absolute artist at pumping away on horses and giving them three quick flicks-whack, whack, whack-with the whip in the carrying position.