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[smoo-th ee] /ˈsmu ði/
noun, Informal.
a person who has a winningly polished manner:
He's such a smoothie he could charm the stripes off a tiger.
a thick beverage of fruit pureed in a blender with ice and milk, yogurt, or juice.
Also, smoothy.
Origin of smoothie
1920-25; smooth + -ie Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for smoothie
  • Morning after a relaxed breakfast, perhaps a decaf latte and a mango smoothie.
  • To them it was as routine as blending a smoothie might be for us.
  • If you do you can drink a salad for breakfast by throwing in some lettuce into your smoothie.
  • When it's time to come inside after a fun day enjoying puddles and sunshine, make the shamrock smoothie.
  • For something lighter, try one of the soups and salads or simply slurp on a smoothie.
  • Take off the cap and the wide mouth design allows for easy cleaning, filling with ice cubes or a fresh strawberry smoothie.
  • Depending on how you make it, a smoothie can end up with more milk and yogurt than fruit.
  • There are also some tropical fruits because they are used by the smoothie stand that shares the premises.
  • Clay returned to the shade, took a tug of his smoothie and walked to the starting blocks.
  • He'll squeeze you a faculty smoothie and slip you a side of diploma mill, and do it with a smile.
British Dictionary definitions for smoothie


noun (pl) smoothies
(slang) generally (derogatory) a person, esp a man, who is suave or slick, esp in speech, dress, or manner
a smooth, thick drink made with puréed fresh fruit and yogurt, ice cream, or milk
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Contemporary definitions for smoothie

a smooth-talking suave male's 21st Century Lexicon
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Word Origin and History for smoothie

1928, "suave person, person of complete self-assurance and poise, especially in the company of the opposite sex," college slang, from smooth (adj.) + -ie. As a type of blender drink, by 1983.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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Slang definitions & phrases for smoothie



To mash: The one piece of Spandex flattens the curves as it squashes the bulges, so that your top and bottom weight get smooshed together evenly (1914+)

The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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