thump on

thump on someone or something

to pound on someone or something. Tim was angry with Roger and thumped on him a little, but decided to forgive him. Andy thumped on the bass drum for an hour.
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References in classic literature ?
Five long, long minutes he smoothly shuffled away--a pause followed, then something fell with a thump on the floor.
The thump on the door was awful as if he had not been able to stop himself in time.
With a great thump on the table, Poirot demolished his carefully built up edifice.
The stone came down with a thump on the white meat, and thereafter arose and fell in a sort of tom-tom accompaniment to the poet's song: