Definitions for "Smashing"
the act of breaking something into small pieces
very good; "he did a bully job"; "a neat sports car"; "had a great time at the party"; "you look simply smashing"
The word smashing is used in common parlance in the United Kingdom to denote that something is well done. It has its origin in the Irish or Scottish Gaelic phrase "is maith sin" (Irish) or 'is math sin' (Scots gaelic), meaning 'that's good'. It was used in its native Irish form by 19th-century Irish navvies in England and anglicised into its current form.
Keywords:  sewing, nipping, expel, compress, sewn
Pressing a book in a machine , after sewing to compress the pages and expel air between them. Also know as "nipping"
The binding operation following sewing in which the folded and sewn sheets are compressed to tighten the fold free of air to make the front and back of the sheets the same thickness.
Keywords:  smatchet, mouth
Smash_Mouth Smatchet
Keywords:  swingin, utterly, cool, kind, way
utterly cool, in a swingin'-'60s kind of way