flump


1flump

\ˈfləmp\

Definition of FLUMP

intransitive verb
:  to move or fall suddenly and heavily <flumped down into the chair>
transitive verb
:  to place or drop with a flump

Origin of FLUMP

imitative
First Known Use: 1729

2flump

noun

Definition of FLUMP

:  a dull heavy sound (as of a fall)

First Known Use of FLUMP

1767

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