Queen Raina of Jordan also spoke, calling the refugee crisis in Syria “a slap in the face of humanity.”
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“It also is a slap in the face of the regime and its supporters from the international community,” she said.
And so we give M. De Piles, and all his followers, a slap in the face, and bid them go packing with Number 20.
She leaned forward in the chair she had taken, and pretended to slap his hand crossly.
Then at times she imagined she heard distant hammering and the slap of a falling board.
Some said that she was still crazy about him and he had to slap her to make her leave him alone.
Does not the giddy-headed boy understand that every excess that he indulges in is a slap that he gives his mother in the face?
late 15c., "strike with the open hand," from slap (n.). As an adverb, 1670s, "suddenly;" 1829, "directly." Related: Slapped; slapping.
mid-15c., probably of imitative origin, similar to Low German slappe, German Schlappe. Figurative meaning "insult, reprimand" is attested from 1736. Slap-happy (1936) originally meant "punch-drunk." Slap on the wrist "very mild punishment" dates from 1914.
The vocabulary of slang; language employing much slang
[1879+; blend of slang and language]