clomp

[klomp]
verb (used without object)
clump ( def 6 ).
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clomp (klɒmp)
 
n, —vb
clump a less common word for clump

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clomp
"to walk as with clogs," 1829, probably a variant of clump (v.).
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Example sentences
Hayrides and their requisite draft horses are also available for an additional fee, and clomp right past the pumpkin stand.
He headed angrily up the stairs, while she listened for the final clomp of his steps and the cracking slam of the door.
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