Synsets for "thump"

Synset: thump.n.01

Synonyms: thump

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: a heavy dull sound (as made by impact of heavy objects)

Examples:

Lemmas: thump thumping clump clunk thud

Hypernym: sound

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Synset: thump.n.02

Synonyms: thump

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: a heavy blow with the hand

Examples:

Lemmas: thump

Hypernym: blow

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Synset: beat.v.04

Synonyms: beat

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: move rhythmically

Examples: Her heart was beating fast

Lemmas: beat pound thump

Hypernym: move

Hyponym: flap palpitate pulsate thrash

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Synset: thud.v.01

Synonyms: thud

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: make a dull sound

Examples: the knocker thudded against the front door

Lemmas: thud thump

Hypernym: sound

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Synset: thump.v.03

Synonyms: thump

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: hit hard with the hand, fist, or some heavy instrument

Examples: the salesman pounded the door knocker | a bible-thumping Southern Baptist

Lemmas: thump pound poke

Hypernym: hit

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Black Sheep (Nat & Alex Wolff album) The song "Thump Thump Thump" was written by younger brother Alex Wolff.
Ruffed grouse The ruffed grouse differs from other grouse species in its courtship display. Unlike other grouse species, the ruffed grouse relies entirely on a non-vocal acoustic display, known as drumming. The drumming itself is a rapid, wing-beating display that creates a low frequency sound, starting slow and speeding up (thump...thump...thump..thump-thump-thump-thump). Even in thick woods this can be heard for a quarter mile or more (~1/2 km).
Doki! Doki! Yūenchi: Crazy Land Daisakusen The game was originally called in Japanese, meaning "Thump! Thump! Amusement Park". is a Japanese onomatopoeia.
The Goodies U.S. rock band The White Stripes named their 6th album "Icky Thump" in reference to The Goodies sketch "The Battle of Ecky Thump". The name was changed from "Ecky Thump" to "Icky Thump" to make the title more palatable to an American teenage audience.
Oakley THUMP The Oakley Thump 2 offers UV and blue-light protection. Thump 2 incorporates a flash-based player into the frame of a pair of sunglasses for cordless on-the-go listening. Picking up where the original THUMP left off, quardupling the memory for the same price as the original, 1GB for $299. The Thump 2 also comes in other sizes: 256MB, available in brown with bronze and gunmetal, as well as black with grey and gunmetal; and 512MB, presented in black with black iridium and chrome, in addition to white with black iridium and chrome. The Thump 2 earbuds use a multihinged system that lets you where you want.
Oakley THUMP The Thump is powered by a removable lithium-ion battery that recharges via the USB. According to Oakley, the first gen THUMP battery is good for about 6 hours between charges.
Oakley THUMP Adding music to the Thump is done via the drag-and-drop method unless you use a program like Musicmatch or Windows Media Player, though no such software is included. The Thump features a USB 2.0 interface.
Oakley THUMP The Oakley THUMP are sunglasses that contain an MP3 player, in a 256 MB, 512 MB or 1 GB version. They were introduced in 2004. Prices for the THUMP PRO, introduced in Nov. 2007 range from $249 to $349.
Mr. Capone-E Money issues began to surface between Mr. Capone-E and Thump, which ultimately led to unpaid royalties to Mr. Capone-E. He was encouraged to leave Thump based on the amount of albums he was selling per release, Mr. Capone-E received all the rights to his music released under Thump.
Oakley THUMP The thump range uses two types of Li-ion battery the original battery was 120mAh which was later upgraded to a larger capacity 150mAh The Thump 2's were supplied with a slightly larger in size battery having the same 150mAh capacity. Oakley or Motorola does not offer any battery replacement or repair service for the Oakley Electronics range.
Icky Thump To promote "Icky Thump" before its release, the band distributed custom-designed boxes and previewed tracks from the record through Ice Cream Man. The ice cream promotion focused on the Coachella, Sasquatch, and Bonnaroo festivals and culminated in the band's release show on June 20, 2007 at the site of the former West Hollywood Tower Records on Sunset Blvd., temporarily rechristened Icky Thump. Records
Full Force Thump Records, a label known for its freestyle compilations, released the group's first greatest hits compilation.
W. C. Handy They struck up one of those over and over strains that seem to have no beginning and certainly no ending at all. The strumming attained a disturbing monotony, but on and on it went, a kind of stuff associated with [sugar] cane rows and levee camps. Thump-thump-thump went their feet on the floor. It was not really annoying or unpleasant. Perhaps "haunting" is the better word.
Icky Thump (song) This song was #17 on "Rolling Stone"s list of the 100 Best Songs of 2007. On December 6, 2007, "Icky Thump" was nominated for two 2007 Grammy Awards: Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal. "Icky Thump" won the 2008 Grammy award for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals.
Icky Thump The White Stripes announced the completion of "Icky Thump" on February 28, 2007. The title is derived from "ecky thump", a Lancashire colloquial response of surprise, popularized by an episode of the 1970s UK comedy series "The Goodies". On "Later with Jools Holland" (broadcast June 1, 2007) Jack attributed the album's name to its use as an exclamation by his wife, who is from Lancashire. He added that the deliberate misspelling was to make it easier for an American audience to identify with. The liner notes for "Icky Thump" also suggest the spelling variation was due to concerns over copyright infringement.
Icky Thump On December 6, 2007, "Icky Thump" was nominated for four 2007 Grammy Awards: Best Alternative Album, Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package, Best Rock Song, and Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal for the single "Icky Thump", winning Best Alternative Album and Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal. Q Magazine named Icky Thump as the 2nd best album of 2007. Furthermore, the album placed #17 on "Rolling Stone"s list of the Top 50 Albums of 2007.
Precordial thump In a precordial thump, a provider strikes at the middle of a person's sternum with the ulnar aspect of the fist. The intent is to interrupt a potentially life-threatening rhythm. The thump is thought to produce an electrical depolarization of 2 to 5 joules. It is effective only if used within seconds near the onset of ventricular fibrillation or pulseless ventricular tachycardia, and so should be used only when the arrest is witnessed and monitored. There is no evidence that the precordial thump improves recovery in unwitnessed cardiac arrest.
Oakley THUMP It comes with no proprietary software. To transfer file to the thump, the user plugs it into your Windows or Mac OS computer with the included USB 2.0 cord, then drag over AAC, MP3, WMA, or WAV tracks. It works with WMA DRM content but not AAC DRM (songs from the iTunes Music Store). Songs can be added to folders or as one long list. The Thump will sort correctly tagged songs by artist during playback. The Thump remembers your place when listening and doesn't start each new session at the beginning of the song list.
Precordial thump There are concerns that the precordial thump can result in worsening of a person's heart rhythm more often than it improves it.
Proofreading Experienced copy holders employ various codes and verbal short-cuts that accompany their reading. The spoken word "digits", for example, means that the numbers about to be read aren't words spelled out; and "in a hole" can mean that the upcoming segment of text is within parentheses. "Bang" means an exclamation point. A "thump" or "screamer" made with a finger on the table represents the initial cap, comma, period, or similar obvious attribute being read simultaneously. Thus the line of text: "(He said the address was 1234 Central Blvd., and to hurry!)" would be read aloud as: ""in a hole" [thump] "he said the address was digits 1 2 3 4" [thump] "central" [thump] "buluhvuhd" [thump] "comma and to hurry bang"". Mutual understanding is the only guiding principle, so codes evolve as opportunity permits. In the above example, two thumps after "buluhvuhd" might be acceptable to proofreaders familiar with the text.