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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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If you like drums, synths and pop hooks, see Thumpers at King Tut's on May 29.
Bad enough for the United States to embark on an imperial course of policy; but much worse if that empire should fall under the control of bigots and Bible thumpers who see the rest of the human race as a collection of damned souls.