Miss Wilson can't help hearing when you come down with a thump
Suddenly there was a dull thump
on the ground: a couple had fallen, and lay in a mixed heap.
The stationer's heart begins to thump
heavily, for his old apprehensions have never abated.
he added jocosely, giving Winterbourne a thump
on the knee.
His heart gave a great thump
against his ribs, and he felt the blood rushing to his cheeks.
When I saw Alec my heart gave a great thump
and I thought, `He might be the right one.
Baggs looked at it--lost in an instant some of the fine color plentifully diffused over her face by sleep and spirits--sat down in the nearest chair with a thump
that seemed to threaten the very foundations of Number Two, Zion Place--and stared me hard in the face; the most speechless and helpless elderly female I ever beheld.
Out on the blue sea, the distant splash of the paddles, the distant thump
of the engines, told from time to time of the passage of steamers, entering or leaving the strait between the island and the mainland.
When he had travelled a few minutes it would begin a remorseless thump
, and then leap up and away in a painful flutter of beats that choked him and made him go faint and dizzy.
Outside, the hum of voices, the laughter of girls, the thump
of the croquet-mallet against the ball.
One had her form under my house all winter, separated from me only by the flooring, and she startled me each morning by her hasty departure when I began to stir -- thump
, striking her head against the floor timbers in her hurry.
I hear her footstep, thump
, along the gravel-walk
With a great thump
on the table, Poirot demolished his carefully built up edifice.
With a precipitated sound of trampling and shuffling of bare feet, and with guttural cries, the mound of writhing bodies piled up to port detached itself from the ship's side and sliding, inert and struggling, shifted to starboard, with a dull, brutal thump
In this state of indecision, obviously the first thing to be done, was to thump
the boy for finding Mr.