smacker

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From smack +‎ -er. In reference to lips, from the sound of a loud kiss. In reference to money, cf. ackers.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (file)
  • Rhymes: -ækə(ɹ)

Noun[edit]

smacker (plural smackers)

  1. One who smacks or spanks.
    • 2001, Eric F. Fagan, Cast Your Net
      It makes no difference whether the SMC is the smacker or the smackee. Does the SMC talk about physical violence in a matter-of-fact way? This isn't passion; it is evidence of sickness.
  2. One who makes a smacking noise, especially while eating.
  3. (humorous slang) A kiss.
    • 1991, Gary K. Wolf, Who p-p-plugged Roger Rabbit?, page 236:
      She planted me with a smacker so scorchy it singed my socks.
  4. (humorous slang) singular of smackers: The lips; money.

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