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clomp

 (klŏmp)
intr.v. clomped, clomp·ing, clomps
To walk heavily and noisily.

[Imitative.]

clomp

(klɒmp)
n, vb
a less common word for clump2, clump7

clump

(klʌmp)

n.
1. a small cluster, esp. of trees or other plants.
2. a lump or mass.
3. a heavy, thumping step, sound, etc.
4. a cluster of agglutinated bacteria, red blood cells, etc.
v.i.
5. Also, clomp. to walk heavily and clumsily.
6. to gather or be gathered into clumps; agglutinate.
v.t.
7. to form into a clump; mass.
[1580–90; akin to Dutch klompe lump, mass, Old English clympre lump of metal]
clump′y, clump′ish, clump′like`, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.clomp - walk clumsily
walk - use one's feet to advance; advance by steps; "Walk, don't run!"; "We walked instead of driving"; "She walks with a slight limp"; "The patient cannot walk yet"; "Walk over to the cabinet"

clomp

verb
To make a dull sound by or as if by striking a surface with a heavy object:
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Instead they'll be clomping off into the dark in their gold lame gladiator sandals, stomachs growling to the strains of far-off music to which they will not be invited to dance.
Oh yes, I've knocked up a bit of caviar on toast to keep you going while I strangle the lobsters," I muttered, clomping off to the kitchen.
Cars are banned in Saas-Fee and the narrow streets are filled instead with skiers clomping along in their boots interrupted only by the few electric-powered taxis permitted to take visitors from chalet to ski lift.
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In either case, my advice is that you don't get too excited, start clomping all over the boat, crank your trolling motor--or worse, fire up your outboard.
I'd like to think that those horses found their way back to their owners and not into our school kitchens, although I think I would have noticed if Dobbin had been clomping around among the potatoes and carrots.
LESS than five months ago two-year-old Saphere Jae was just like any happy toddler, clomping around in her mum's high heels and dressing the dolls she calls "her babies".
All the shops would be in place with doormats for clomping feet and singing, goodmorning bells - and the ringing tills like typewriters with leaping drawers and those security bars, sprung as tightly as mousetraps to squeeze any hopes of escape from the bank notes, which would be handed to bank cashiers, who had little sponges for moistening the tips of their fingers, so that they could count as fast as machines.
I set the pull weight at around 4 pounds, perfect for clomping around the woods and farm.
Hotel guests have reported spooky goings-on, including: * Footsteps have been heard clomping around empty rooms; * Mysterious floating figures have stared out of windows; * The sound of billiard balls clinking against one another in a deserted library; * A floating candle was seen on an oak mantelpiece; An elderly Victorian lady has been seen in the Conservatory; Women's voices have been heard in an empty drawing room; Books have been known to fly from shelves in the library; On the main staircase, the ghost of Mary, a servant who died in a fall, has been seen.