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  1. whack
    IPA[(h)wak]
  2. verb

    • 1. strike forcefully with a sharp blow:

      his attacker whacked him on the head she found a stick to whack at the branches
    • 2. murder:

      he was whacked while sitting in his car

    noun

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: whack, plural noun: whacks

    • verb

      strike forcefully with a sharp blow:

      defeat in a contest:

    • noun

      a sharp or resounding blow:

      a try or attempt:

    • adjective

      completely exhausted:

      under the influence of drugs:

    • adjective

      completely exhausted:

      under the influence of drugs:

    • masturbate
    • masturbate
    • noun

      an arcade game in which players use a mallet to hit toy moles, which appear at random, back into their holes:

      used with reference to a situation in which attempts to solve a problem are piecemeal or superficial, resulting only in temporary or minor improvement:

    • out of order; not working
    • noun

      a game in an amusement arcade in which players use a mallet to hit toy moles, which appear at random, back into their holes:

      used with reference to a situation in which attempts to solve a problem are piecemeal or superficial, resulting only in temporary or minor improvement:

    • out of order; not working
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