How to use Smacks in a sentence
The fisheries are important and some 600 smacks belong to the port.
Pointing me at the retailer is fair but denying any problems smacks of self denial.
This smacks of hysteria - Ceres was discovered conjunct ALGOL.
The sharp suits, perfect shoes, spiffy watch, it all smacks of the well dressed " C " Level look.
Such thinking rather smacks of the historical determinism that Third Way thinkers associate with the 'old left ' and claim to have moved beyond.Advertisement
Taste includes smacks of fruit, sherry and vanilla with a redolence of heather and wood smoke.
But the cultural embargo on all things progressive increasingly smacks of hypocrisy.
Many will disagree with this assessment, thinking it smacks of western arrogance.
They say the authority is obsessed with hitting targets and that the move smacks of political correctness.
It all smacks of another desperate attempt to have a dig at Chelsea.Advertisement
But like all smacks in the face you do n't want them to keep on happening.
Seinfeld said of the stunt, "You know, one thing I hate is any kind of movie promotion that smacks of desperation in any way."
Wario's Woods is an action/puzzle game that takes every cliche in the puzzle world and smacks you in the face with it.
Whether as part of a costume or a nighttime outfit, it still smacks of thrill and excitement.
When the common sense fairy smacks you upside the head, you know where to find me.Advertisement
The number of boats and smacks engaged in the fisheries has considerably increased.
In 1894 (the last year for which accurate statistics have been issued) 350 fishing smacks were,in active service, giving a catch of 2480 tons of fish.