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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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I do feel thumped would be better enjoyed if bumped was read first as it took me a while to understand which characters were which, also as chapters are written from the perspective of each twin this added to my initial confusion.
England football star Steven Gerrard has denied he lost control on the night he allegedly thumped a businessman in a bar brawl.
But the attacker thumped him in the face, walked back to his car and drove off.
The ex-deputy PM - who in 2001 famously thumped an egg-thrower while on the election trail - joins 55 new members of the Lords, including former Labour ministers John Reid, Des Browne and John Hutton.
Job Seekers looked good and thumped Liz FC 8-1, while David Placid kept calm, but couldn't lead YMCA to victory, their game with Penarth Panthers ending 6-6.
Marlon Anderson's inadvertent headstand after he and Shawn Green's double thumped off the left-field wall in the third inning Saturday.
21pc of voters who cast their minds back to March 1997 when a team containing Juninho, Emerson and hat-trick hero Fabrizio Ravanelli thumped dismal Derby County 6-1 to briefly raise hopes of escaping the relegation zone.
0 KENNY DEUCHAR thumped in four goals as the Fifers sent out a warning to their title challengers.
Gallen picked himself up and thumped home his 10th goal of the season to secure the victory.
Then Legwinski switched from provider to scorer when he thumped home a fine second goal.
In the opening match of the evening Phil Taylor thumped James Wade 7-1.
TATA Steel left Narberth out in the cold in the only Swalec Championship game to survive the sub-zero temperatures as they thumped the West Walians 61-9 at their Margam base.