whack (Meaning)

Wordnet

whack (n)

the sound made by a sharp swift blow

the act of hitting vigorously

Wordnet

whack (v)

hit hard

Webster

whack (v. t.)

To strike; to beat; to give a heavy or resounding blow to; to thrash; to make with whacks.

To divide into shares; as, to whack the spoils of a robbery; -- often with up.

Webster

whack (v. i.)

To strike anything with a smart blow.

Webster

whack (n.)

A smart resounding blow.

A portion; share; allowance.

whack Sentence Examples

  1. The boxer delivered a devastating whack to his opponent's chin.
  2. The wind created loud whacks as it slammed against the door.
  3. The old woman whacked the fly with a newspaper.
  4. The teacher whacked the table with a ruler to get the students' attention.
  5. The golfer whacked the ball into the rough.
  6. The child accidentally whacked the window with a toy truck.
  7. The carpenter whacked the nail into the wood with a hammer.
  8. The drummer whacked the cymbals to create a cacophony of sound.
  9. The judge whacked the gavel to adjourn the court.
  10. The horse whacked its tail against its side, swatting away flies.

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The boxer delivered a devastating whack to his opponent's chin.

The wind created loud whacks as it slammed against the door.

The old woman whacked the fly with a newspaper.

The teacher whacked the table with a ruler to get the students' attention.