Definition of clomp
: clump 1
Recent Examples of clomp from the Web
That was a year after Lily Tomlin clomped around the stage in a plaid flannel shirt and lumberjack boots.
Then my daughter clomped down the stairs, running her hands along the wall to steady herself.
Godzilla has clomped about the lower slopes in several movies—and another accidental tourist, King Kong,
After clomping to the front of the runway and back, models veered into the stands, bounding up and down stairs, nearly colliding with one another in the process.
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Origin and Etymology of clomp
First Known Use: 1829See Words from the same year
CLOMP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of clomp for English Language Learners
: to walk with loud, heavy steps
CLOMP Defined for Kids
Definition of clomp for Students
: to walk with loud heavy steps
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