Third-person singular simple present indicative form of smite.(verb)
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Use "smites" in a sentence
"First It tends to the circumvention of the liberty of llie church of Christ in interrupting the free course of election and ordination of teaching officers: for though it say oo person shall; yet the same stroke that hits the person called smites also the persons calling: for, no undertaking any such course of teaching by any person in this jurisdiction without said approbation — then no election or ordination to that work but with the said ap - probation."
"Then they dress him up like the six-pack Dread Pirate Roberts so all the zombies think he's Dionysus, and he "smites" Sam into vanishing."
""He plays silly shots to get out and bowls lots of pies but inbetween times he smites big sixes and bowls unplayable deliveries.""