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smacker

[ smak-er ]
/ ˈsmæk ər /
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noun Slang.
a dollar.
a noisy kiss.
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Origin of smacker

An Americanism dating back to 1915–20; smack2 + -er1
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How to use smacker in a sentence

  • This time Drew seemed determined to deal Johnny at least one smacker on the face.

    The Arrow of Fire|Roy J. Snell

British Dictionary definitions for smacker

smacker
/ (ˈsmækə) /

noun slang
a loud kiss; smack
a pound note or dollar bill
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