The internet didn't just smash industries and supplant human jobs with our new server overlords.
smash, on life support for much of the season after viewers rejected all its new organs, finally draws its last breath Sunday.
Henman was more creative, attempting to smash a hole in the head of a Wimbledon staff member in 1995.
I took my gun by the barrel and began to smash him in the head with the butt.
But of all his hits, alone or with a partner, none ever quite measured up to his 1980 smash, “He Stopped Loving Her Today.”
These used to crash and smash down and through the branches, so that the passage was much clearer after them.
I am sorry he made such a smash at last, but it is all that could be expected.
The upshot of which, was, to smash this witness like a crockery vessel, and shiver his part of the case to useless lumber.
I felt an absurd desire to smash it, for the impudent thing had been running all the while.
Your only chance is to smash the shafts, and the whole matrimonial cart.
1725, "hard blow," from smash (v.). Meaning "broken-up condition" is from 1798; that of "failure, financial collapse" is from 1839. Tennis sense is from 1882. Meaning "great success" is from 1923 ("Variety" headline, Oct. 16, in reference to Broadway productions of "The Fool" and "The Rise of Rosie O'Reilly").