bang, slap, slapdash, smack, bolt
Meaning: directly; "he ran bang into the pole"; "ran slap into her"
meaning of the word
Meaning: hit with something flat, like a paddle or the open hand; "The impatient teacher slapped the student"; "a gunshot slapped him on the forehead"
"I should like to slap you."
I'll go slap down, and come out in the valley.
"I'll show you where!" he cried, and gave the boy a violent slap on the cheek.
Captain MacFarland released the wheel long enough to give his leg a roguish slap.
"I'll take that piece of coral away from you, and I THINK I shall slap you besides!"
The boy took the slap without a word, but withdrew into his corner again for some days.
Thirteen-year-old children with the strength of adults--and no one to slap them or tell them not to....
When we came to the place where the fox had escaped with the trap Am at once began to slap his hands and hiss Pont on.
Indeed, he seemed in the most cheerful spirits, whistling as he moved about among the tables, with a merry word or a slap on the shoulder for the more favoured of his guests.
The big boy in the blue overalls spoke with such a comical drawl that the slender city lad could not help laughing, and with a slap that nearly sent his neighbor off his perch, Corny said good-naturedly: