Definition of Smashups

1. Noun. (plural of smashup) ¹



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Definition of Smashups

1. smashup [n] - See also: smashup

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smashups

smash up
smashable
smashed
smasher
smashers
smashes
smashie
smashies
smashing
smashingly
smashings
smashmouth
smashproof
smasht
smashup
smashups (current term)
smatch
smatched
smatches
smatchet
smatchets
smatching
smatter
smattered
smatterer
smatterers
smattering
smatterings
smatters
smaze

Literary usage of Smashups

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1. Recreation by George O. Shields, American Canoe Association, League of American Sportsmen (1902)
"The heavy traffic over the road caused the rails to wear in spots, so that train wrecks and smashups were of daily occurrence. These were not serious, ..."

2. Under the Sky in California by Charles Francis Saunders (1913)
""You don't seem to have had any smashups," said he, "and you haven't spavined the mare, and you're both looking right brown and peart. ..."

3. Under the Sky in California by Charles Francis Saunders (1913)
""You don't seem to have had any smashups," said he, "and you haven't spavined the mare, and you're both looking right brown and peart. ..."

4. A Tenderfoot with Peary by George Borup (1911)
"On April 20th, our start was delayed six hours by the two smashups of the day before. Both sledges were badly fractured, and it took a long while to get ..."

5. Quentin Roosevelt: A Sketch with Letters by Quentin Roosevelt (1921)
"I'm beginning to rather like my job—except for smashups. It is quite interesting trying out the different men, and seeing how each turns out, how to get the ..."

6. Quentin Roosevelt: A Sketch with Letters by Quentin Roosevelt (1921)
"I'm beginning to rather like my job—except for smashups. It is quite interesting trying out the different men, and seeing how each turns out, how to get the ..."

7. Mines Register: Successor to the Mines Handbook and the Copper Handbook edited by Horace Jared Stevens, Walter Garfield Neale, Lenox Hawes Rand, Edward Barney Sturgis, Joseph Zimmerman (1906)
"... by no less than five different railroad smashups. Matte is discharged into tilting wells, and taken thence by electric traveling cranes, 3 in number, ..."

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