a person or thing that smashes.
a person or thing that is excellent, impressive, extraordinary, or the like: That new off-Broadway show is a real smasher.
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How to use smasher in a sentence
He had seen two or three chiefs at Ezulwini, looking thorough “slouches” in waistcoats and shirt-sleeves and ragged smasher hats.Forging the Blades | Bertram Mitford
Commit an insufferable new stud-smasher to a laundry and note the fate that overtakes it.Bizarre | Lawton Mackall
And now she was discovering what a disorganizer love is, what an anarch among plans, what a smasher of china.What Will People Say? | Rupert Hughes
It frequently happens that a good dancer makes a ready “smasher.”The Old Pike | Thomas B. Searight
He was, as he phrased it, an "all-mighty smasher," and would have been a rare man for Congress!One Of Them | Charles James Lever
British Dictionary definitions for smasher
informal, mainly British a person or thing that is very attractive or outstanding
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