- strike with a firm blow；defeat or conquer (a people or land)
- a heavy blow or stroke with a weapon or the hand.
verb: smite, 3rd person present: smites, gerund or present participle: smiting, past tense: smote, past participle: smitten
- 1. strike with a firm blow:
he smites the water with his sword
- 2. defeat or conquer (a people or land):
he may smite our enemies
- 3. (especially of disease) attack or affect severely:
various people had been smitten with untimely summer flu
- 4. be strongly attracted to someone or something:
she was so smitten with the boy
- 1. a heavy blow or stroke with a weapon or the hand.
- v.strike with a firm blow:
- he smites the water with his sword
- n.a heavy blow or stroke with a weapon or the hand:
- the kirk rang with slaps and smites
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