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spank

adjective

  • really sharp and clean looking
    Did you see him, his clothes are spank.

    Last edited on May 19 2003. Submitted by Mr. C. from Daejeon, South Korea on May 19 2003.

noun

  • pornographic material.
    I just got some new spank in the mail.

    Last edited on Mar 08 2010. Submitted by C. D. from Seattle, WA, USA on Jun 17 2004.

verb

  • to defeat comprehensively.
    The Spurs spanked the Rockets 100 to 85.
    I got spanked at Monopoly last night.

    Last edited on Mar 08 2010. Submitted by Campbell from Apex, NC, USA on Feb 01 1999.

  • to hit or slap very hard.
    He spanked the ball.

    Last edited on Mar 08 2010. Submitted by Kevin H. from Cedar Rapids, IA, USA on Nov 29 2001.

  • to have sex.
    The man spanked his wife.

    Last edited on Mar 08 2010. Submitted by Bill B. from Oklahoma City, OK, USA on Sep 06 2002.

  • a replacement verb.
    Let me spank (play) that Nintendo.
    Could you spank (give) me some water?

    Last edited on Mar 08 2010. Submitted by Matthew W. on Aug 02 2006.

  • to admonish.

    Last edited on Mar 08 2010. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Oct 03 2009.

  • to masturbate.
    Are you spanking again?

    Last edited on Jan 20 2013. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Jan 20 2013.

verb - transitive

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swag

interjection

noun

  • promotional material.
    I won some swag from a local radio station.
    My boyfriend got swag at school.

    Last edited on Apr 15 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 11 1998.

  • an approximation or educated guess. Acronym of "scientific wild-assed guess." Contrast with the less-precise "wag" (wild-assed guess).
    He didn't really know, so he just took a swag at it.

    Last edited on Oct 29 2009. Submitted by BP from IN, USA on Sep 06 2002.

  • stolen property heisted from trucks or vendors. Allegedly an abbreviation for "Stolen Without A Gun."

    Last edited on Dec 10 2008. Submitted by Francis M. on Dec 10 2008.

  • style. From swagger.
    That boy got some swag.

    Last edited on Feb 13 2009. Submitted by Tim T. on Feb 13 2009.

  • an approximation or educated guess. Acronym of "stupid wild-ass guess." Contrast with the less-precise "wag" (wild-assed guess).
    He didn't really know, so he just took a swag at it.

    Last edited on Sep 09 2010. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Sep 09 2010.

  • from swagger. The appearance of being very cool, smooth, looking good, dressing nice and often having lots of money to flash which draws them the attention of others. A way of carrying yourself like a star.
    Look at him, he has so much swag!

    Last edited on Apr 21 2013. Submitted by The Last Don on Aug 31 2011.

noun - uncountable

notes

  • In the "promotional material" sense, "swag" is allegedly an acronym for "stuff we all get."
    I won some swag from a local radio station.

    Last edited on Jan 05 2005. Submitted by j s. on Jan 05 2005.

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