smacker

noun
smack·er | \ˈsma-kər \

Definition of smacker 

1 : one that smacks

2 slang : dollar

Examples of smacker in a Sentence

She gave him a smacker right on the lips. one lousy smacker was all she left for a tip

Recent Examples on the Web

The former Miami Beach home of the original real-life Scarface — the notorious gangster Al Capone — is on the market for 15 million smackers. Rene Rodriguez, miamiherald, "Live like a gangster in Al Capone's former Miami Beach mansion for $15 million | Miami Herald," 17 Apr. 2018 The closing moments of the season feature a cliffhanger that may reflect a serious danger for deaf people (and that gains an extra dimension from Kate’s obliviousness to what’s happened) but is a head-smacker in dramatic terms. Mike Hale, New York Times, "Review: ‘This Close,’ a Serious Comedy About Life and Deafness," 13 Feb. 2018

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First Known Use of smacker

1611, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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smacker

noun

English Language Learners Definition of smacker

: a U.S. dollar or British pound

: a loud kiss

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