with a smack in a sentence
- Most of the cases that you've got in these courtrooms is something that could have been handled with a smack in the face, maybe.
- Hannah's mother, novelist Barbara Blake, pulled her son out of school at age five after a teacher scolded him with a smack on the hand for questioning whether Jesus was really white.
- The sight of Bailey only flagging the whip at Empire Maker, rather than fully applying it with a smack and a pop, was an optical illusion, according to Funny Cide jockey Jose Santos.
- I have the image of the hand being slightly cupped and the fingers held firmly together and the wrist also held firm with a smack, whereas a slap is simply a blow with an open hand.
- In 2012, a new version of the Hugs is readying a new LP called Dirty Gems ( due out in late June ), which carries on the tradition of making psych-pop with a smack of bubblegum.
- Born on 26 June 1942 Johnny Day started his musical career at the age of five, taking piano lessons with a Miss Johns in Arundel road Littlehampton, he recalls even at that tender age he would often be reprimanded with a smack on the hands with a ruler for Jazzing up Mozart and Rachmaninov, although he did learn to read music he would often revert to playing from memory with the addition of course of his own interpretation on the Written work.