(also smack talking)
- Insulting speech, especially when intended to irritate or annoy someone: a game like this promotes smack talkMore example sentences
- Another reason today's genteel banter is a far cry from the smack-talking of boxing's former glory days is that many fighters take their behavioral cues from the top dogs of the moment.
- Today, the pre-show hype, the smack-talking, and the arguments over the results are just as entertaining as bodybuilding shows themselves.
- So look forward to more controversy, more smack-talking, and even more King, from both a physical and media standpoint, as he looks to come in bigger and better than ever.
verb[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 celebsMore example sentences
- The 21-year-old British sensation is neither flashy nor larger-than-life, forgoing glamour for a refreshingly unrefined persona as a smack-talking rabble-rouser.
- Im not one to smack talk, but I did post a couple of mentions on Facebook about how cold Chicago was going to be, and said Welcome to Chicago, Patriots on my Twitter and Facebook.
- The ability to smack talk is a critical skill to being a successful fantasy sports coach.