from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A loud, heavy blow or thud.
- intransitive verb To hit or strike.
- intransitive verb To defeat soundly; trounce.
- intransitive verb To prepare or make, especially with little effort. Often used with up.
- intransitive verb To hit or strike with a whomp.
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- verb slang Hit extremely hard.
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- verb beat overwhelmingly
- verb hit with the hand
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I thought I was the only one with a word whomp addiction.
How about a question where she goes first, followed by him - giving him the opportunity to "whomp" her?
Obama did 'whomp' Hillary first when she said she had been asking the Pentagon about a plan.
It slammed down on the beach with a sickening "whomp" while it smashed palm trees and demolished an entire campground.
The doors slam shut with a satisfying "whomp," the climate-control buttons make a sturdy "click" and, best of all, you can put the ragtop down with one hand!
I heard a noise, as if something giant and alive was being torn in two, and then I heard a "whomp" outside the window.
Thestar.com - Home Page Joe Fiorito 2011
The ice made a huge "whomp" sound, and Tribone said that his sister, Allegra Tribone, asked if they were dead, which thankfully they weren't.
Berks county news 2010
Kratos sends the chains flying away and landing with a very satisfying 'whomp' sound.
One side of it was close to the woods and the flames were significantly high and I was just waiting for it to 'whomp' into the woods. "
Members of al Qaeda in Iraq came to expect that they might wake up one night to the whomp of a helicopter overhead, the rattle of a Humvee outside, the explosion of their front door.
The SEAL Sensibility Eric Greitens 2011