• (verb): Simple past tense and past participle of thwack.

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  • He had to commit everything to that, but he made the full commitment, and the sword thwacked home against Ledales torso with an impact that made him grunt in pain.

  • The recent nose dive in crude-oil prices could provide some much-desired relief to shipping companies, airlines and other industries thwacked this year by soaring energy costs, but it will likely take longer to see an impact on their customers' wallets.

  • How about video of the owie he suffered when he thwacked his head on the backboard on an alley-oop late in the Los Angeles Clippers' 98-90 victory over Minnesota?

  • The violence is smashed home, in stylised fashion: in their Henry VI sequence – "Rose Rage" – cabbages were crunched by axes when heads were severed; here punchbags are thwacked when soldiers attack, and buckets of red liquid sloshed around as men are gashed to death.

  • Frankly, I'm tired of getting thwacked, but it's hard to break out of the machine.

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