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smash

Tennis squash badminton a fast and powerful overhead stroke
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"Then smash him now and fire him," Daughtry persisted.
I want him make me smash him, so that all hands say, 'Hurrah, Captain, you done right.' Then you get the job, Daughtry."
"I had said to Compeyson that I'd smash that face of his, and I swore Lord smash mine!
"That is better," Miss Dearborn answered, "though I cannot think `going to smash' is a pretty expression for poetry."
"If you don't shut off that music I'll smash your record," threatened Ojo.
He was a valuable young horse, but he had run away, smashed into another carriage, flung his lordship out, and so cut and blemished himself that he was no longer fit for a gentleman's stables, and the coachman had orders to look round, and sell him as well as he could.
As I did so I heard some of the packing-cases behind me go sliding down and smash together with a clatter of glass on the floor of the shed.
Near by lay M'ling on his face and quite still, his neck bitten open and the upper part of the smashed brandy-bottle in his hand.
My imagination was full of those striding metallic monsters, and of the dead body smashed against the fence.
His own drawings had been ripped in pieces; and the photographs, Manet's Olympia and the Odalisque of Ingres, the portrait of Philip IV, had been smashed with great blows of the coal-hammer.
It struck him squarely in his left eye, where the egg smashed and scattered, as eggs will, and covered his face and hair and beard with its sticky contents.
Even while the King was still yelling for help his throne room became emptied of every one of his warriors, and before the monarch had managed to clear the egg away from his left eye the Scarecrow threw the second egg against his right eye, where it smashed and blinded him entirely.