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  • 1) An eccentric; an oddball; a weirdo.
  • 2) A person regarded as eccentric.
  • 3) bad (as in not good), inauthentic, of an inferior quality, contemptible, lacking integrity, inauthentic, lame, or strange.
  • 4) slang crazy, mad, insane
  • 5) Egregious
  • 6) Very bad.


  • 1) An attempt.
  • 2) A share or portion.
  • 3) A blow, impact or slap.
  • 4) A sharp, swift blow.
  • 5) The sound made by a sharp, swift blow.
  • 6) colloq. A smart resounding blow.
  • 7) Slang A portion; share; allowance.
  • 8) colloq. an attempt
  • 9) [Slang] out of order.
  • 10) the sound made by a sharp swift blow
  • 11) A piece; a share; a portion.
  • 12) Fettle; condition.
  • 13) A heavy blow; a thwack.
  • 14) A stroke; a trial or attempt: as, to take a whack at a job.
  • 15) Appetite.
  • 16) To kill, bump off.
  • 17) To share or parcel out.
  • 18) To hit, slap or strike.
  • 19) Slang To kill deliberately; murder.
  • 20) To deal a sharp, resounding blow.
  • 21) To strike (someone or something) with a sharp blow; slap.
  • 22) [Colloq.] to continue striking heavy blows.
  • 23) To strike anything with a smart blow.
  • 24) Slang To divide into shares; ; -- often with up.
  • 25) colloq. To strike; to beat; to give a heavy or resounding blow to; to thrash; to make with whacks.
  • 26) (whacked out) Exhausted.
  • 27) (have/take) To try out; attempt.
  • 28) (whacked out) Crazy.
  • 29) (out of whack) Improperly ordered or balanced; not functioning correctly.
  • 30) (whacked out) Under the influence of a mind-altering drug.


  • 1) Now this nut wack is out there telling her few supporters to not use "her" tactics when trying to have a health care dicussion.
  • 2) People who believe that "McCain wack-America need change, Obama be dat" is a moving and deep political slogan.
  • 3) All ya'll is fuckin wack he was one of the greatest rappers alive ya'll better respect him cuz without him hip-hop wouldn't even have exsisted so step brandon guerilla black shoulda played biggie and the cast does look pretty weak
  • 4) "Monk, tell yr momz to stop bustin 'wack~ass rhymes!!!"
  • 5) Just call it wack and go on about your business of treating those with a different world view as something to poop on.
  • 6) A recent New York Times crossword attracted quite a lot of notice after a reader tried to school The Times's puzzle master Will Shortz on what she sees as the semantic differences between the hip-hop terms "wack" and "illin."
  • 7) Shampoos on the market can have "wack" chemicals in them, as Grist's Umbra Fiske puts it, linked to cancer, reproductive and developmental issues.
  • 8) (Ignatieff used to work at Harvard's Kennedy School; now he's Prime Chancellor of Canada's Liberal Delegate or whatever kind of wack-ass, kumbaya government they've got up there.)
  • 9) I'm telling that : it " wack " like a duck, it walks like a duck, it smells like a duck , i step into a duck poo.....nah, it's a Virtual World :
  • 10) Preoccupied with stories like these, I’ve become Vanity Fair’s in-house designee for cold-call wack jobs.
  • 11) ‘Eh, ta very much wack.’
  • 12) ‘Besides, I was tired with these wack rappers claiming to be this and that.’
  • 13) ‘He was planning to do his own reality show (not as wack as it sounds).’
  • 14) ‘There was an attempted comeback, but it was wack.’
  • 15) ‘It's also a trusted arbiter of extremes, deciding who, officially, is the most wack.’
  • 16) ‘The same wack cosmology holds true for record-rating systems.’
  • 17) ‘I'd rather be wack then mediocre, you know what I mean?’
  • 18) ‘Then we did snowboards 'cause the graphics in the industry were wack.’
  • 19) ‘Thankfully the groove created by Lenny Williams and crew compensates for the really wack lyrics.’
  • 20) ‘Sure, some of the vocals are wack, but the music is pretty dope.’
  • 21) ‘It kind of defeats the whole purpose of dissing wack MCs who can't rap if you're a ‘sick’ MC who can't write.’
  • 22) ‘Hip hop, once anti-pop and now just a style of popular music, has been wack for a while now.’
  • 23) ‘Both of these songs feature wack beats and wack rhymes.’
  • 24) ‘Certainly remix albums rank among my CD collection's Golden Girls, or worse, play like bonus features on a wack DVD.’
  • 25) ‘When I go to do my radio show, I'm struggling to pick records to play because the stuff is kind of wack.’
  • 26) ‘Saturday started off pretty wack as after dropping the missus to work I had to go to Prescot Police Station with my producer.’
  • 27) ‘Don't get me wrong, I like my hair, but straight up, I've got four words for you: that article was wack!’
  • 28) ‘I ain't one of these wack performers that was shaped and moulded.’
  • 29) ‘The kids in the small club-style theatre lapped it up, but I was alienated by a wack folklore vibe - when does club dance lose its authentic edge and start to feel more like a museum display?’
  • 30) ‘‘I think that's wack if there's people out there whose only connection to hip-hop is via the Internet,’ he says.’
  • 31) ‘When I go will folks be thinking man I hated that dude with his wack jokes, I'm glad he's gone?’
  • 32) ‘The whole thing is a mess of accusations of conspiracies and attempts to paint Curtis as a wild-eyed wack.’
  • 33) ‘Malone was a complete wack and seemed to drive Rin over the edge!’
  • 34) ‘Hardly any of those wacks running for office are worth voting for.’
  • 35) ‘He had no idea what those wacks were talking about.’
  • 36) ‘Not because he thinks that 50 Cent's flow is mad wack, but because - in his opinion - 50 Cent glorifies gun crime.’
  • 37) ‘Anyway, says Ghostface Killah about the Wu's new mission: ‘The game is mad wack…’’
  • 38) ‘But thanks to the proliferation of hip-hop media, which spreads the word separating the wicked from the wack, self-criticism is slowly becoming a fixture as well.’


  • 1) The last thing I wanted to do was get out by whacking one up in the air.
  • 2) He dived (right) but thought he was going to get whacked.
  • 3) She whacked her head on the door as he dragged her in.
  • 4) You request a transfer to a rival platform and get whacked with a monster fee.
  • 5) The teacher whacked him hard with a plank.
  • 6) He whacked his head on a kerb.
  • 7) You could see he gets whacked in the face and stumbles out of view.
  • 8) So Broad just whacked him down the ground.
  • 9) He then slammed a metal bar across her head and whacked her again with it on her right shoulder as she tried to sit up.
  • 10) The Ducks are whole other squad in their building, while on the road, Jeremiah Masoli is as cool as a Stuart Scott catchphrase that was as whack as the term whack was back in 2003.
  • 11) No. 17, 559 yards, par 5 (Lang Whang): A "good whack" is required for players to have a reasonable chance of reaching the green.
  • 12) It's about PETA, once again, showing that they are a bunch of fuckin 'whack-jobs.
  • 13) With Rasheed Wallace (calf) and Allen Iverson (back) also out, the Pistons were missing a combined average of 48.5 points per game, and were out of whack from the start.
  • 14) A good whack from a silver string axe leaves your big turkey ghost just a cold casserole.
  • 15) Paddy-whack is a pathetic critter - a true example of obsessive-compulsive behavior.
  • 16) First let me say this is the whackest anime I've seen, it beats the final two episodes of Neon Genesis because Lain has been whack from the beginning.
  • 17) ‘Players use their own clubs to whack at the golf ball, which swings around and lands in the net.’
  • 18) ‘So I finally got my sharp arts-and-crafts scissors and whacked a good few inches off, and now it comes to just below my chin.’
  • 19) ‘He and Gin found a perfect tree and began to whack at it with their axes.’
  • 20) ‘As a rule of thumb you should whack at least two feet from a nine-footer, more from a longer board.’
  • 21) ‘A kind of Pinocchio sans magic, Petrushka dies a banal non-death, getting whacked by a blow to his empty head.’
  • 22) ‘At my first weekly hourlong lesson last spring, English watched me whack a hundred balls over the net, then suggested that we radically overhaul my form to enhance my chi.’
  • 23) ‘Other acts have included a helicopter dangling a cheeseburger in front of him, people whacking him with golf balls and drunken revelers pelting him with eggs.’
  • 24) ‘Soon enough, the court discovers her boss has presented falsified evidence, and he's whacked by the thugs for blowing the case.’
  • 25) ‘She thrashed around wildly and whacked me on the side of the head.’
  • 26) ‘A Striker loose from the pack moved in and whacked her with the blunt end of her spear.’
  • 27) ‘During that time, Nebulon continued to whack the small, pink rubber ball against the wooden paddle.’
  • 28) ‘Anybody who gets their purse stolen, whacked by their spouse or smacked in a bar should raise a toast to bad drivers starting July 1.’
  • 29) ‘He was so annoying with that every now and then, Candice just wanted to ball up her fist, and whack him one, real hard.’
  • 30) ‘She whacks him across the face again, and his head cracks as he hits the floor, harder than last time.’
  • 31) ‘Then after she's whacked some other blonde child her mother grabbed her and slapped her backside.’
  • 32) ‘‘Just do it’ I beg before another one whacks me and I'm back on the floor.’
  • 33) ‘One of them was carrying a ratchet bar and he whacked me over the back of the head.’
  • 34) ‘I turned around, and when I was turning I saw just someone was running by me, and he just, like, whacked me with this long black stick.’
  • 35) ‘Still, it was have been nice to have whacked him upside the head with a two-by-four, but that would have been wrong.’
  • 36) ‘A player named Jesse is lamenting the work he put into his character last year, only to have been whacked out of the game inside of 10 minutes by an overeager combatant.’
  • 37) ‘People have a spring in their step, are laughing and chatting, buoyed up with the knowledge that their team whacked Glenn Hoddle's Tottenham Hotspur between the eyes twice last week.’
  • 38) ‘The work paid off when Butcher crept back in the England team for the 2001 Ashes series, then whacked the greatest team in cricket around Headingley for 173 unbeaten runs.’
  • 39) ‘On the following week Dundalk came to Kilcohan Park to be whacked 5-1 with Afie Hale recording a hat-trick and John O'Neill getting two more.’
  • 40) ‘In the last federal election John Reynolds whacked his No-Name Liberal candidate in West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast by a margin of more than 10,000.’
  • 41) ‘Darren Horsefield netted five times as Ouseburn Utd whacked Stillington 8-1.’
  • 42) ‘He also whacked a shot for which Marshall stretched to push on to the crossbar, although referee Doug Somers missed the contact and failed to award a corner kick.’
  • 43) ‘I pushed it onto the floor and whacked it (both in the literal and in the Mafia sense) with a piece of cardboard.’
  • 44) ‘A Hearts move broke down when Marshall scooped up a cross, and the goalkeeper saw space at the other end of the field and whacked a clearance for Craig Dargo.’
  • 45) ‘The ‘Ice-Pick Murderer’ had whacked anyone Kay asked him to and hurt anyone else that he hadn't managed to kill.’
  • 46) ‘For those of you keeping score, this is the casino boat company in which one of Abramoff's co-owners was later whacked in a gangland style hit after the things started to go South.’
  • 47) ‘Our teachers are very supportive. If by chance we start dreaming in class, we get a sharp whack on our knuckles to bring us back to the real world.’
  • 48) ‘For dogs of moderate aggressiveness, a sharp whack on the snout with a drumstick is usually enough.’
  • 49) ‘Resounding whack between his shoulder blades, which had him choking on his mouthful of beer.’
  • 50) ‘Steven watched them walk away until he felt a sudden sharp whack in the shin.’
  • 51) ‘Hearing the loud whack, he began to pound fist after fist, continuing long after his hands became white and tingly.’
  • 52) ‘So I held the shot glass under the hot water tap and then gave it a smart whack on the counter top.’
  • 53) ‘My mother often plucked me from unexpected places all over the palace and escorted me back to my room with a sharp tongue and a good whack on the ear.’
  • 54) ‘In 2003, we are sometimes told by the die-hard teachers of another time that moral fibre was introduced into the pupils' constitutions by a crack across the head or a whack with a cane.’
  • 55) ‘After it was over, Gladstone noted to Aberdeen that the vote ‘not only knocked us down but sent us down with such a whack, that one heard one's head thump as it struck the ground.’’
  • 56) ‘You have to have a surprised face for each one you receive or you'll get a smack in the ear or a whack on the side of your head or one with da wooden spoon on your arm.’
  • 57) ‘He reached out and gave the statue a tentative whack on the side, then a series of harder slaps.’
  • 58) ‘After returning from his job as a writer for the American Civil Liberties Union one evening this spring, William Potter grabbed an iron pry bar and, with a few whacks, demolished the kitchen of his Petworth rowhouse.’
  • 59) ‘It chilled the blood to see a 30-year-old schoolteacher, John Petersen, administer whacks of the cane with two goals in the first 13 minutes.’
  • 60) ‘The vision of what we're trying to get is go out and give the hornets nest a few whacks and get them all out in the open and have it out with them once and for all.’
  • 61) ‘It took a total of around 25 whacks before it regained its colour again.’
  • 62) ‘He probably had a couple whacks with something, a tire iron or a bowling trophy.’
  • 63) ‘Her answer: ‘Oh, probably a whack on the head with a club.’’
  • 64) ‘Give the smelly kid (I'm talking about those above 6 yrs old) a whack on the head with a giant pikachu toy and he will know better than to challenge u in future.’
  • 65) ‘Skipper Jim Bentley was forced off after taking a whack in the face in a clash of heads, while David Perkins also took a kick on the leg.’
  • 66) ‘Philosophically speaking, here on Earth, when we want to know what's inside a rock, we take a hammer and give it a whack.’
  • 67) ‘I guess to be fair, I should take a whack at it myself.’
  • 68) ‘I thought you and your readers might take a whack at something that has always nagged at me.’
  • 69) ‘I'll just loosen my girdle and take a whack at it.’
  • 70) ‘I have decided to let the indomitable Mr. Bonnet take a whack at responding to your reviews this week.’
  • 71) ‘Both our Video Game Editors would take a whack at the game, but they would draw straws as to who covered what.’
  • 72) ‘The interest developed, as did the desire to feel the racket, have a whack, and get thrilled over the effect of the effort.’
  • 73) ‘We can take a firm whack at these books that warrant coverage and, together, we can ensure that this heinous backlog is, to some small degree, abated.’
  • 74) ‘He simply made a whack of money selling shares in Iona.’
  • 75) ‘There should still be a fair whack of private equity cash left over for young, high-growth companies - particularly those that have got past the initial investment stage.’
  • 76) ‘They saw it as a pot of money, so all they had to do was nominate some centres that they might call growth centres, and they'd get a whack of money out of the Federal government.’
  • 77) ‘With any likelihood, half the money will probably come from abroad, but we'll need a big whack of Hollywood money.’
  • 78) ‘I was told I could take this whack of money or I could go back to subbing features.’
  • 79) ‘A hefty whack when you were only earning 48 weekly.’

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