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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of flump.
- n. Plural form of flump.
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She said nothink in answer, but flumps past me, and opening the parlor-door, sees master looking very queer, and Miss Mary a-drooping down her head like a pale lily.
Then for some minutes did they twain stand and gaze upon one another, and at last down flumps my wife into a chair, as though she would break it in pieces for very rage; but being waxed sulky, and her own wrath cowed, as 'twere, by her daughter's more righteous wrath, she saith nothing more of 't, good or bad.
A season that began with terrifying Terminator-like certainty and relentlessness now flumps along with all the poise and elan of, well, the aforementioned dancing steak-and-kidney product.
They fell upon the iharp fpikes, and were entangled among the flumps and boughs through
Almoft on every corn - field there yet remained the flumps of trees, which had been cut down; a proof that this country has not been long culti - vated, being overgrown with trees forty or fifty years ago.
Travels into North America : containing its natural history, and a circumstantial account of its plantations and agriculture in general, with the civil, ecclesiastical and commercial state of the country, the manners of the inhabitants, and several curious and important remarks on various subjects
hootle mctootle looks like pootle remember the flumps?
Don’t know any interesting facts about the flumps, but I lurved them to bits.