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01. He put his foot on the gas instead of the brake and [smacked] into a telephone pole.
02. My son fell off the swing at school and [smacked] his head on the ground.
03. If you ever [smack] our child again, I will leave you for good, and I'll take little Suzie with me.
04. She [smacked] him across the face when he told her he had cheated on her.
05. When he suggested to his girlfriend that she have sex with him to prove her love, she [smacked] him across the face.
06. He [smacked] his friend on the back and smiled as he shook his hand.
07. She [smacked] her little boy on the bottom and told him to behave.
08. Don't you argue with me or I'll give you a good [smack]!
09. The old man gave his wife a little [smack] on the lips and wished her a happy birthday.
10. The teacher angrily [smacked] her books on the desk and shouted to the children to sit down.
11. I [smacked] my head on the car when I was getting something out of the trunk.
12. An Israeli proverb notes that an honest [smack] in the face is better than a false kiss.
13. A Chinese proverb advises, "[Smack] the maid and frighten her mistress."
14. Jean Baudrillard once stated that a negative judgment gives you more satisfaction than praise, provided it [smacks] of jealousy.
15. Lawrence Durrell once remarked that old age is an insult. It's like being [smacked].

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