• WordNet 3.6
    • v whomp beat overwhelmingly
    • v whomp hit with the hand
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Since the age of the Cro-Magnon, Dallas has had the hell whomped out of it by all manner of steakhouses serving all manner of wet-aged, prime, wagyu, Angus, choice, dry-aged, and just plain horseshit beef.
A big, fat Yellow Pages landed in my driveway the other day with an audible whomp.
I promptly picked it up and deposited it into the recycling bin with a second whomp.
If so, whomp him on the back at the 20-year reunion.
Barack Obama won a whomping Electoral College victory on November 6.
The noisy whomp, whomp, whomp of rotor blades cutting through the air Saturday at Front Royal-Warren County Airport marked the dramatic descent of an Air Force helicopter before a small group of firefighters and home school students.
There's nothing like a whomping dose of volatile organic compounds to fire up a whacked-out free-jazz composition.
He trades banter, illegal substances, and ass-whomping tips with his fellow wrestlers (all played marvelously by nonactors from the real-life circuit) and visits his favorite stripper, Cassidy (Marisa Tomei) for chatty lap dances.