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A humorous phrase used to indicate or highlight minor disappointment. It mimics the sad trombone noise often used as a trope in movies and TV shows. I tried to stop at that boutique on my way home from work, but it was already closed. Womp womp.
See also: womp
whumpand whomp and womp (ʍəmp and ʍɑmp and wɑmp)
1. tv. to beat or outscore someone. They set out to whump us, and they sure did.
2. n. the sound made when two flat surfaces fall together. I heard the whump when the shed collapsed.