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whomp(wŏmp, hwŏmp) Informal
A loud, heavy blow or thud.
v. whomped, whomp·ing, whomps
1. To hit or strike.
2. To defeat soundly; trounce: whomped the opposing team.
3. To prepare or make, especially with little effort. Often used with up: "Meanwhile, you whomp up yams and spuds and bake your pies" (Garrison Keillor).
To hit or strike with a whomp.
a thumping sound
1. to hit
2. to trounce or defeat utterly
3. (with: up) to make or create quickly
1. a loud, heavy blow, slap, bang, or the like: He fell with an awful whomp.v.t.
2. to defeat decisively.
3. to slap or strike.v.i.
4. to make a banging or slapping noise.
5. whomp up, to stir up; rouse: to whomp up public approval.
Past participle: whomped
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|Verb||1.||whomp - hit with the hand|
slap - hit with something flat, like a paddle or the open hand; "The impatient teacher slapped the student"; "a gunshot slapped him on the forehead"
|2.||whomp - beat overwhelmingly|