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whump

and 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.
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The evil storm - it's not just a storm, obviously - skipped around the west coast, presumably also bypassing Orkney and the Shetland Isles, before chucking a u-turn and whumping into Wick and then Arbroath on the east coast.
Then the hand is back, hovering before his nose for a few seconds before whumping into his mouth.
The ground is too soft here to hold the tanks over the long term," shouts Bill Lamport over the whumping din.
On the plus side, Epsom salts correct magnesium deficiencies overnight, and you'll get whumping big tomatoes a bit earlier; Epsom salts are a relatively pure soluble form of magnesium sulfate.
But because I'd failed to sort the stuff I'd hung up just before we left for holiday, there was no room in the airing cupboard (which is where I dry my washing), which meant the pile on the landing (which is where I stack my ironing) grew so big that the whole lot went whumping over the bannister, down to the hall floor, taking out a table lamp en route.
The prospect of helicopters whumping and zipping around the caldera is an unsettling prospect to anyone familiar with the park's storied natural quiet.