1. with a loud crash
- the car went smash through the fence
Similar word(s): smashingly
1. a vigorous blow
2. a serious collision (especially of motor vehicles)
3. a hard return hitting the tennis ball above your head
Similar word(s): overhead
4. the act of colliding with something
- the fullback's smash into the defensive line
Similar word(s): crash
5. a conspicuous success
- that new Broadway show is a real smasher
Sentences with smash as a noun:
- I could hear the screech of the brakes, then the horrible smash of cars colliding.
- The driver and two passengers were badly injured in the smash.
- This new show of mine is sure to be a smash.
- A smash may not be as pretty as a good half volley, but it can still win points.
1. hit hard
- He smashed a 3-run homer
2. break into pieces, as by striking or knocking over
- Smash a plate
Similar word(s): dash
3. reduce to bankruptcy
- The slump in the financial markets smashed him
4. hit violently
- She smashed her car against the guard rail
5. humiliate or depress completely
- The death of her son smashed her
Similar word(s): crush
6. damage or destroy as if by violence
7. hit (a tennis ball) in a powerful overhead stroke
8. collide or strike violently and suddenly
- The motorcycle smashed into the guard rail
9. overthrow or destroy (something considered evil or harmful)
- The police smashed the drug ring after they were tipped off
10. break suddenly into pieces, as from a violent blow
- The window smashed
Sentences with smash as a verb:
- The demolition team smashed the buildings to rubble.
- The flying rock smashed the window to pieces.
- He smashed his head against the table.
- Bonds smashed the ball 467 feet, the second longest home run in the history of the park.
- The news smashed any hopes of a reunion.
- The Indians smashed the Yankees 22-0.
- I slowly smashed the modeling clay flat with the palm of my hand.
- The crockery smashed as it hit the floor.