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Thumpy vs. Thump

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Thumpyadjective

(of music) characterised by thumping sounds from the drums.

Thumpnoun

A blow that produces a muffled sound.

Thumpnoun

The sound of such a blow; a thud.

Thumpnoun

Used to replace the vulgar or blasphemous element in "what the hell" and similar phrases.

‘Where the thump have you been?!’;

Thumpverb

(transitive) To hit (someone or something) as if to make a thump.

Thumpverb

(transitive) To cause to make a thumping sound.

‘The cat thumped its tail in irritation.’;

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Thumpverb

(intransitive) To thud or pound.

Thumpverb

(intransitive) To throb with a muffled rhythmic sound.

‘Dance music thumped from the nightclub entrance.’;

Thumpnoun

The sound made by the sudden fall or blow of a heavy body, as of a hammer, or the like.

‘The distant forge's swinging thump profound.’; ‘With heavy thump, a lifeless lump,They dropped down, one by one.’;

Thumpnoun

A blow or knock, as with something blunt or heavy; a heavy fall.

‘The watchman gave so great a thump at my door, that I awaked at the knock.’;

Thumpverb

To strike or beat with something thick or heavy, or so as to cause a dull sound.

‘These bastard Bretons; whom our hathersHave in their own land beaten, bobbed, and thumped.’;

Thumpverb

To give a thump or thumps; to strike or fall with a heavy blow; to pound.

‘A watchman at midnight thumps with his pole.’;

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Thumpnoun

a heavy dull sound (as made by impact of heavy objects)

Thumpnoun

a heavy blow with the hand

Thumpverb

move rhythmically;

‘Her heart was beating fast’;

Thumpverb

make a dull sound;

‘the knocker thudded against the front door’;

Thumpverb

hit hard with the hand, fist, or some heavy instrument;

‘the salesman pounded the door knocker’; ‘a bible-thumping Southern Baptist’;

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