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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
spanking new (=completely new)
▪ a spanking new conference centre
at a spanking pace/rate
▪ In the distance, ponies in long-shafted light chariots trotted at a spanking pace, the wheels spinning around.
spanking clean
spanking new
▪ It was brand, spanking new, not a dent nor scratch on its sleek body.
▪ One of the disadvantages of monthly reviewing schedules is that most instruments arriving at the Guitarist office are brand spanking new.
▪ That he was wearing a spanking new snap-brimmed fedora.
▪ The marina is brand spanking new.
▪ There is a plan to clear the site to make way for a spanking new conference centre.
▪ Arizona spanked Nevada 100-85.
▪ Many parents no longer spank their kids as a form of discipline.
▪ The two boys were spanked and sent to bed without their supper.
▪ At this point he spanked her bottom.
▪ He spanked them and he had them spank one another.
▪ He was spanked and now has to say he is speaking only for himself.
▪ I can't recall really spanking them.
▪ She was spanked by the outraged Emperor because, nude and proletarian, she was masquerading as a nymph.
The Collaborative International Dictionary

Spank \Spank\ (sp[a^][ng]k), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Spanked (sp[a^][ng]kt); p. pr. & vb. n. Spanking.] [Of unknown origin; cf. LG. spakken, spenkern, to run and spring about quickly.] To strike, as the breech, with the open hand; to slap.


Spank \Spank\, n. A blow with the open hand; a slap.


Spank \Spank\, v. i. To move with a quick, lively step between a trot and gallop; to move quickly.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

1727, "to strike forcefully with the open hand, especially on the buttocks," possibly imitative of the sound of spanking. Related: Spanked; spanking. The noun is from 1785.


n. 1 An instance of spanking, separately or part of a multiple blows-beating; a smack, swat, or slap. 2 A slapping sound, as produced by spanking. vb. 1 (context transitive English) To beat, smack or slap a person's buttocks, with the bare hand or other object, as punishment, gesture, or form of sexual interaction. 2 (context transitive English) To soundly defeat, to trounce. 3 (context intransitive English) To move rapidly.

  1. n. a slap with the flat of the hand

  2. v. give a spanking to; subject to a spanking [syn: paddle, larrup]

Spank (Rachel Stamp song)

"Spank" is a single by London glam rock band, Rachel Stamp. This single was the first release via the Cruisin' Records label, an independent record label set up by the band's manager, Sil Wilcox, and distributed across the UK by Pinnacle. There was no promotional video made to promote this release; however, a live video of "Spank" (directed by Corin Hardy and filmed at the band's Hallowe'en show at the London Astoria in 2000) later appeared as a bonus multimedia track on the "Black Cherry" CD single (released in 2002).

Usage examples of "spank".

Finally I interrupted him and let him know that I wanted a brand spanking new furnace and two new carbon monoxide detectors, one in the basement and one upstairs.

Madame dominated the soft cheeks with her spanking hand, searing their curved flesh mercilessly and reddening them rapidly.

He smacked her hard with the brush ten more times, then put it down, pushed her soft jersey skirt up to her waist and renewed the spanking on her bare backside, now pink and luxuriantly framed by the hem of the corset and rosetted garter straps.

She playfully spanked her quim with one, then bent and presented her derriere, stroking a wand between her cheeks.

I thought would happen, for it stands to reason a spanking beauty like she is, which is allowed by them as should have known better to go jauntering round the country unbefriended, is bound to find herself in the briars.

It was working toward Cardiff and all the while Diane could feel the sharp spank of the breeze from the broad window which was behind her and also behind Cardiff, except that Cardiff was closer to it.

She playfully spanked her quim with one, then bent and presented her derriere, stroking a wand between her cheeks.

Then she began to spank, with dry, emphatic strokes upon the shuddering, jouncy bare flesh, making the globes quake like mounds of jelly though at times the unfortunate young woman tried her best to contract her muscles in a useless defense.

Zieglar, brave in his Minute Man outfit, came zooming up to the parking area of the Center City Hoverbike and Racing Club, on his spanking new light suede colored hoverbike.

Whenever hummingbirds hovered at the spout to take a sip, hundreds of ants jumped on them, and for about six seconds there was a furious blurry thrashing in the air, then a spanking clean hummingbird skeleton dropped with a minuscule clunk onto the earth.

But there was something about Olivia that made her easy to talk to, unlike her sister, who made him want to spank her.

In contrast, the powerful-looking Basilisks were spanking new, clean, tested only by their recent flight from Carescria—and by their Helmsmen's ability to hurl them about in space in mock battles.

Her naked buttocks were still red from the spanking he had given her, and he could well imagine the succulent vision she was to the men who rode after him.

She picked up the paddle again quickly enough, pressed me down again on her lap, and commenced the loud and forceful spanking.

In HBO's Sex and the City, a classic in the slutty-girl genre, the fictional characters blather endlessly about anal sex, oral sex, casual sex, wrinkled buttocks, spanking, boy toys, sex toys, and the ennui of marriage.