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Definition of smuck

smuck

adjective

  • two teams chosen informally to play a game, usually sports, when the skill level of the players on each side are not a fair match.
    Aw, man, no fair! These are smuck teams. Joey and Jimmy can't be on the same side. We gotta pick again.
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    Last edited on Feb 25 2018. Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 14 2017.

verb

  • to beat badly or hit hard.
    Our football team really smucked yours.
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    Last edited on Feb 25 2018. Submitted by Lee O. from Brewer, ME 04412, USA on Oct 29 2002.

  • a light smack upside the head, the intensity of which is more akin to ruffling someone's hair than to any real attempt to actually smack or harm the person.
    She laughed at the teasing and gave him a quick smuck of warning.
    She arched a brow at the taunt, and smucked him in response.
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    Last edited on Feb 25 2018. Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 02 2011.

  • to hit someone.

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    Last edited on Feb 25 2018. Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 06 2013.

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