The door creaked and pushed off its hinges, falling with a slam-bang.
You takes your coat off and I takes off mine, and we goes at it, here and now, slam-bang.
Honest, slam-bang, line play has never entered into their scheme of things.
Right under Uncle Wiggily they flew, and just as the sky-cracker was going to burst with a "slam-bang!"
It was slam-bang playing, but so skilful, and with such a tickling melody, that it was irresistibly popular.
Later, the C-bar-K boy admitted that the Alhambra whiskey was not so bad, and his slam-bang denunciation of it uncalled for.
We can have a slam-bang stylish wedding, or a plain, quiet one, just as you choose.
Raucous, violent, vigorous, etc: in climaxes as slam-bang as a four-horse stretch drive/ a couple of slam-bang musical numbers (1823+)
Violently: They went at it slam-bang (1840+)
A wild and vicious fight (1920s+ Prizefighting)
Precisely; directly: Streets that ended slap in a courtyard/ The storm was pointed slam-bang at Tampa (first form 1829+, second 1885+, third 1940s+)