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thump

[thəmp]
(engineering acoustics)
Low-frequency transient disturbance in a system or transducer characterized audibly by the vocal imitation of the word.

thump

A meteorological reading for temperature, humidity, and pressure.
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Half an hour ago you watched him whump enough milk to keep Cleopatra in baths for a month.
Thump, bump, whump - the sounds of dodge balls connecting.
22-250, you can whump up a handload for the E-rifle using the same brass you're now using; load the same powder, charge weights and bullet; and get the same velocities and pressures you'd get in your rifle.