to drop or move heavily and noisily
Origin of flumpprobably echoic
the act or sound of flumping
A dull heavy sound, as of something dropped on a surface.
verbflumped, flump·ing, flumps
To move or fall heavily with a dull sound: flumped onto the sofa.
To place or drop with a flump.
Origin of flumpImitative
(third-person singular simple present flumps, present participle flumping, simple past and past participle flumped)
- the dull sound so produced
Onomatopoeic. Compare plunk.