Definition of 'smite'

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They looked totally smitten wading through the sludge. The Sun (2016)He was completely smitten at the time and was boasting how he'd met the perfect woman. The Sun (2010)Yet because of their huge age gap, the smitten pair are constantly ridiculed in the street. The Sun (2015)Nobody doubts that the pair are smitten, of course. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I was totally smitten and told her. The Sun (2011)Team Fabulous comes away completely smitten. The Sun (2012)They look totally smitten with one another and I do wish them all the best. The Sun (2010)We met five years ago and I was instantly smitten. The Sun (2016)We are 31, we met online a year ago and were completely smitten. The Sun (2014)One pal said: 'He is completely smitten. The Sun (2014)He admits with a cheeky grin that he was instantly smitten by the blonde bombshell in the'white dress with a big split up the side. The Sun (2016)Pals say the pair are'totally smitten '. The Sun (2007)A source said: 'She is completely smitten. The Sun (2009)

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Definition of smite from the Collins English Dictionary
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