What is smother?

  • (verb): Form an impenetrable cover over.
    Example: "The butter cream smothered the cake"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on smother, smothers:

2007 AFL Army Award - Winners By Round
... Nominations Domenic Cassisi Port Adelaide 10% Fremantle vs Port Adelaide Smother to save the game Nathan Bassett Adelaide 21% Adelaide vs Essendon Tackle and smother ... Adelaide 21% Port Adelaide vs Adelaide Handballing off a ball he won in a smother ... Port Adelaide 34% Port Adelaide vs Adelaide Last quarter diving smother ...
One Percenter (Australian Rules Football) - Definition - Smother
... A smother is the act of using the arms or body to get in the way of an opponent's kick, as it leaves the player's boot ... A player who smothers the ball is generally seen diving across in front of the kicking player, hoping to trap the ball as it is kicked ... Smothers sometimes lead to turn-overs, but not always ...
Never Mind The Molluscs
... Eric's Trip contributed a medley of two separate songs, "Blue Sky for Julie/Smother", to the album ... Sloan later covered "Smother" for the Geffen Records compilation album DGC Rarities Volume 1 their version recombined "Smother" into a medley with a different Eric's Trip song, "Stove" from the ...
Lies For The Liars - Personnel
... Danny Feinberg – gang vocals Dan Whitesides – gang vocals Monique Powell – vocals on "Smother Me" and "Wake the Dead" Julian Feldmann – additional vocals on "Find a Way ... on "The Bird and the Worm", "Earthquake" and "Smother Me" Bert McCracken – piano on "Smother Me" Suzie Katayama – string contractor Technical and production John ...
Smother Play - Further Reading
... Choked By The Smother Play, Charles Goren, Sports Illustrated, May 16, 1966 An Unusual Smother Play In a Board-a-Match Event, Alan Truscott, New York Times, 10 ... bridge) Principle of restricted choice Shooting (bridge) Signal (bridge) Smother play Tempo (bridge) Trump promotion Uppercut (bridge) Vacant Places People and ...

More definitions of "smother":

  • (verb): Deprive of the oxygen necessary for combustion.
    Example: "Smother fires"
    Synonyms: put out
  • (verb): Envelop completely.
    Example: "Smother the meat in gravy"
    Synonyms: surround
  • (noun): A stifling cloud of smoke.

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    Where women love each other, men learn to smother their mutual dislike.
    George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)