Results for smart

Definitions of smart:

part of speech: noun

Smartness.

part of speech: verb

To feel a lively pungent pain; to experience a pricking pain, as from nettles; to experience pain of mind, as to smart under an injury; to bear the evil consequences of anything; to be punished.

part of speech: noun

A quick, lively pain; keen grief.

part of speech: noun

Quick, stinging pain of body or mind.

part of speech: noun

Pungent lively pain; a pricking pain, as from nettles; severe or pungent grief.

part of speech: adjective

Causing a smart: pricking: severe: sharp: vigorous: acute: witty: vivacious.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To feel a smart: to be punished.

part of speech: adverb

Smartly.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To feel a stinging sensation; to cause a stinging sensation; to suffer keenly.

part of speech: adjective

Pungent; severe; keen; sharp; quick; acute; witty; lively; trim; dressed in a showy manner.

part of speech: adjective

Causing a stinging, sharp sensation; as, a smart punishment; brisk; fresh: said of a breeze; clever; pertly witty; shrewd; fashionable; as, a smart gown.

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