flump definition

  • noun:
    • A dull heavy noise, since something dropped on a surface.
    • the lifeless sound therefore created
    • A dull heavy sound, at the time of anything dropped on a surface.
    • the lifeless noise therefore created
    • A dull heavy sound, since anything dropped on a surface.
    • the dull noise therefore produced
    • A dull hefty noise, since one thing dropped on a surface.
    • A dull hefty noise, at the time of one thing dropped on a surface.
    • the lifeless noise so created
    • the lifeless sound so created
    • A dull heavy sound, by something dropped on a surface.
    • A dull hefty noise, by some thing dropped on a surface.
    • A dull hefty sound, since something dropped on a surface.
    • the lifeless sound so produced
    • A dull hefty noise, since one thing dropped on a surface.
    • A dull hefty noise, at the time of one thing dropped on a surface.
    • A dull hefty noise, by one thing dropped on a surface.
    • the dull sound therefore created
    • the dull sound so produced
    • the dull sound so produced
    • A dull heavy noise, as of some thing dropped on a surface.
    • the dull noise so produced
    • the lifeless sound therefore produced
    • the dull noise so produced
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to go or fall greatly with a dull sound: flumped on the couch.
    • To move or fall greatly with a dull sound: flumped on the settee.
    • to maneuver or fall greatly with a dull sound: flumped onto the settee.
    • To move or fall heavily with a dull sound: flumped onto the sofa.
    • to go or fall heavily with a dull noise: flumped on the sofa.
    • To move or fall heavily with a dull sound: flumped on the couch.
    • to maneuver or fall heavily with a dull sound: flumped onto the sofa.
    • To move or fall heavily with a dull noise: flumped onto the sofa.
    • to maneuver or fall greatly with a dull sound: flumped onto the settee.
    • to maneuver or fall heavily with a dull sound: flumped on the settee.
    • to maneuver or fall heavily with a dull noise: flumped onto the sofa.
    • to maneuver or fall heavily with a dull sound: flumped on the couch.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To place or drop with a flump.
    • to put or drop with a flump.
    • to position or drop with a flump.
    • To place or drop with a flump.
    • to put or drop with a flump.
    • To place or drop with a flump.
    • to position or drop with a flump.
    • To place or drop with a flump.
    • to put or drop with a flump.
    • to position or drop with a flump.
    • To place or drop with a flump.
    • to put or drop with a flump.
  • verb:
    • to move or fall greatly, or with a dull noise
    • to drop anything heavily or with a dull noise
    • ready (anything or oneself) straight down with or as though with a noise
    • fall greatly
    • to move or fall greatly, or with a dull sound
    • to drop some thing greatly or with a dull sound
    • ready (some thing or yourself) straight down with or like with a noise
    • fall greatly
    • to maneuver or fall heavily, or with a dull noise
    • to drop one thing heavily or with a dull sound
    • ready (anything or oneself) down with or as though with a noise
    • autumn heavily
    • to maneuver or fall greatly, or with a dull noise
    • to drop one thing greatly or with a dull sound
    • to maneuver or fall heavily, or with a dull sound
    • to drop something heavily or with a dull noise
    • to maneuver or fall greatly, or with a dull sound
    • to drop some thing heavily or with a dull sound
    • to move or fall heavily, or with a dull sound
    • to drop anything greatly or with a dull noise
    • to move or fall greatly, or with a dull noise
    • to go or fall heavily, or with a dull sound
    • to move or fall heavily, or with a dull sound
    • to drop one thing heavily or with a dull sound
    • to drop one thing greatly or with a dull sound
    • to drop one thing greatly or with a dull noise
    • to maneuver or fall heavily, or with a dull sound
    • set (some thing or yourself) down with or like with a noise
    • set (anything or yourself) straight down with or as though with a noise
    • autumn heavily
    • set (something or yourself) down with or as if with a noise
    • autumn greatly
    • to drop some thing greatly or with a dull sound
    • fall heavily
    • ready (anything or oneself) straight down with or as if with a noise
    • to go or fall heavily, or with a dull sound
    • ready (some thing or oneself) straight down with or like with a noise
    • ready (some thing or oneself) straight down with or just as if with a noise
    • fall greatly
    • autumn heavily
    • fall heavily
    • set (something or yourself) down with or as if with a noise
    • to drop anything greatly or with a dull noise
    • autumn greatly
    • set (one thing or oneself) down with or as if with a noise
    • ready (something or yourself) straight down with or as though with a noise
    • fall greatly
    • autumn heavily
  • others:
    • To put down with violence.
    • To throw a person's self down greatly; flop: since, she flumped down into a chair.
    • To throw straight down with violence.
    • To toss a person's self down greatly; flop: since, she flumped on to a chair.
    • To toss straight down with physical violence.
    • To toss an individual's self down heavily; flop: as, she flumped down into a chair.
    • To throw down with violence.
    • To throw down with physical violence.
    • To throw a person's self down heavily; flop: as, she flumped into a chair.
    • To toss down with violence.
    • To throw a person's self down greatly; flop: as, she flumped down into a chair.
    • To toss one's self down greatly; flop: since, she flumped on to a chair.
    • To toss down with assault.
    • To put down with violence.
    • To put down with physical violence.
    • To throw down with violence.
    • To throw a person's self down greatly; flop: since, she flumped down into a chair.
    • To throw an individual's self down greatly; flop: as, she flumped down into a chair.
    • To toss your self down heavily; flop: since, she flumped on to a chair.
    • To put a person's self down greatly; flop: as, she flumped on to a chair.
    • To toss down with assault.
    • To toss your self down heavily; flop: since, she flumped on to a chair.
    • To throw straight down with assault.
    • To toss a person's self down heavily; flop: because, she flumped on to a chair.

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