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The Collaborative International Dictionary

Smatch \Smatch\, n. [OE. smach, smak. See Smack taste.] Taste; tincture; smack. [Obs.]

Thy life hath had some smatch of honor in it.


Smatch \Smatch\, v. i. To smack. [Obs.]
--Banister (1578).

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

see smack (n.1); smack (v.3).


n. 1 smack, taste 2 tincture 3 trace, small quantity, smidge, smattering or smidgen vb. 1 (context intransitive English) To have a taste, smack. 2 (context transitive English) To have a taste or sample of, smack of, taste. 3 (context obsolete English) To smack.

Usage examples of "smatch".

And at the same moment a regulator parted a clump of tall fems and stepped into the clearing, mi smatched hands held up by her shoulders.