Definition of Slapping. Meaning of Slapping. Synonyms of Slapping

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Definition of Slapping

Slapping
Slap Slap, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Slapped; p. pr. & vb. n. Slapping.] To strike with the open hand, or with something broad.
Slapping
Slapper Slap"per, Slapping Slap"ping, a. Very large; monstrous; big. [Slang.]

Meaning of Slapping from wikipedia

- Slap or slapping may refer to: Slapping (strike), a method of striking with the palm of the hand Slapping (music), a musical technique used with stringed...
- Slapping and popping are ways to produce percussive sounds on a stringed instrument. It is primarily used on the double b**** or b**** guitar. Slapping...
- Slap! is the fourth studio album by anarchist punk band Chumbawamba. It was a radical redefinition of the band's sound and attitude. The songs now inspired...
- severely, but in calling it a slap, it may seem less severe, since slapping is often ****ociated with minor violence. Slapping is viewed differently by different...
- A slap bracelet (or snap bracelet) was a bracelet invented by Wisconsin teacher Stuart Anders in 1990, sold originally under the brand name of "Slap Wrap"...
- hitting or slapping the victim, more serious crimes such as the manslaughter of a pensioner and ****ual ****ault have been classified as "happy slapping" by the...
- "Slap It" is a single by the English electronic music band Fluke. This song is partially responsible for Fluke's re****tion in the mainstream as it was...
- for the second player to slap the back of the first player's hands before the first player can pull them away. If the slapping player misses, the players...
- Swaffelen (or zwaffelen or **** slap) is a Dutch term meaning to hit one's soft or semi-hard ****—often repeatedly—against an object or another person's...
- eventually returned to combat command in the European Theater in mid-1944, the slapping incidents were seen by Eisenhower, Marshall, and other leaders to be examples...