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smack talk Syllabification: smack talk
(also smack talking)

Definition of smack talk in English:


Insulting speech, especially when intended to irritate or annoy someone: a game like this promotes smack talk
More example sentences
  • The smack-talk between Kenyon and 'Toine is starting already.
  • On a related note, I also play Fantasy Baseball, where you and your buddies draft twenty real-life layers and earn points based on their performances over a season - lots of good, old-fashioned smack-talk and wheelin' and dealin'.
  • What do you make of all the smack-talk between King Kamali and Craig Titus?


[no object] (smack-talk) Back to top  
Use insulting speech, especially to irritate or annoy someone: I’m here to smack-talk with two old college pals (as adjective smack-talking) just another story on smack-talking celebs
More example sentences
  • Nevertheless, in our regular Sunday class just prior to the race, the boys were smack-talking about how they were going to destroy their old man teacher on the coming Wednesday evening.
  • Neal Henderson, my coach, and I were smack talking about the Iowa vs. Penn St game Sat night.
  • The ability to smack talk is a critical skill to being a successful fantasy sports coach.


smack talker
(also smack-talker) noun
Example sentences
  • "It's like this," King responds when I ask how his rep as a smack-talker came about.
  • Dillon and Central fans have some of the best smack talkers on here.
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