- interj. The dull sound of something landing heavily, or of something being struck hard.
- Imitative; compare thwack and whomp. (Wiktionary)
“A thwomp like a sumo wrestler hitting the mat, and then the windows of the bridge were covered with a deluge of water.”
“Grab another Ice Flower from the right item box under the first thwomp, then take some coins from hidden item boxes under the second thwomp.”
“Dodge a big thwomp and keep right past some dry bones and gears, then get in the gaps of the big gear so that you don't get crushed against the ceiling.”
“Don't stop running until you've reached the gears beyond, then jump carefully to the next ledge in order to dodge another thwomp.”
“Lure the third one to proceed and bait the giant thwomp into crushing the blocks below him.”
“And then, with a giant thwomp, a team of scientists dropped not just one gene, but”
“Left 4 Dead to the low thwomp of a Dubstep tune, this mode delivers impeccable audio.”
“How come I can’t stop hearing the dull thwomp of his Jeep crunching into the trunk of that tree?”
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