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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of whump.


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  • Well, my dears, my fantabulous Friday night plans, (supper in a bookstore, followed by lots of browsing and a major challenge to my whole reducing the TBR list scheme), seem to have, um, whumped.

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  • As the revolving door whumped gradually to a halt behind me, the voice of Self-Doubt piped up.

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  • Need someone to man the monitors and NOT get whumped in combat?

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  • When after the first few seconds he had not yet whumped into the side of Knobblehead Pike, he opened one eye.

    Son of a Witch

  • It buzzed the compound, low and loud, a half-dozen times and then whump-whumped off in the direction of Damascus.

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  • Flame whumped up around it in bright orange gusts; sparks and burning leaves swirled skyward in a funnel.

    Wizard and Glass

  • Then the jeep whumped back down and fishtailed its way up the winding drive.


  • He was terrible in his anger, frightening as he whumped around with an energy too great to confine in such a small space.


  • A hollow, metallic sound whumped through the barricade of rain.

    Heart Of The Tiger

  • Minutes later, mortars whumped in from somewhere near where we sat.



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