- to hit or strike heavily and loudly; thump
- to defeat decisively
Origin of whompechoic
the act or sound of whomping
Informal to prepare quickly; whip up
A loud, heavy blow or thud.
verbwhomped, whomp·ing, whomps
- To hit or strike.
- To defeat soundly; trounce: whomped the opposing team.
- To prepare or make, especially with little effort. Often used with up: “Meanwhile, you whomp up yams and spuds and bake your pies” (Garrison Keillor).
To hit or strike with a whomp.
(third-person singular simple present whomps, present participle whomping, simple past and past participle whomped)
- (slang) Hit extremely hard.
- If you don’t cut that out, I’m going to whomp you so hard your head will spin!