English words and Examples of Usage

use "smash" in a sentence

Remember it only takes a few seconds to smash a window and drive off.

He is on pace to smash his own record for threes in a single campaign.

He searched her, she said, finding a crack pipe, which he told her to smash.

Or smash with a potato masher. 4. Set the bowl over a pan of simmering water.

Smash the potatoes with a fork and taste to make sure they are well seasoned.

When I founded the group, the goal was to smash stereotypes,"" she says."

Saved by the '90s has become such a smash hit in NYC that now it’s moved out West!

If you can help, contact her via the ‘Help Ruby Laura Smash Cancer’ Facebook page.

Kyle is the subject of the box-office smash and Oscar-nominated movie "American Sniper."

On a second set point, Djokovic failed to put away a smash, keeping Federer in the point.

Back then, it was so easy for the Nazis to smash the heavily fragmented trade union movement.

Rather than smash everything in its wake, E.D.M. has curled itself around finicky pop impulses.

Roberts immediately went on to star in "Steel Magnolias," then the smash success "Pretty Woman."

Three men on mopeds reportedly used sledgehammers to smash the shop windows before fleeing.

One of the reasons I’m in politics and running for Labour leader is to smash these glass ceilings.

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sneak - snatch - snap - smuggle - smooth - smell
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