Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [sl'æmd]
A door slammed, the two runners had vanished, and I halted staring.
With this he slammed down the lid of the chest, and the noise made them all wink.
"Well, I'll be--" I did not find out what he would be, for he went out and slammed the door.
During her reign the entire Strata echoed to banged doors, dropped china, and slammed furniture.
He flung the box far from him into the shrubbery, went back into the house, and slammed the door.
The door slammed, and the carriage drove rapidly away, ascending the quays in the direction of the Bastille.
There was a sound of scuffling; an inside door slammed; then the front door opened a crack and a woman's face appeared.
It rose up and came after us out of the corner, and if I hadn't slammed the door just in time, it would have eaten us up.
Then Dicky slammed the living room door behind him to emphasize his words, went down the hall, slammed the apartment door and ran down the steps.
His body struck the edge of the airlock and a hand jerked him inside. The outer seal was slammed shut and locked, and there was a hiss of air entering.