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clomp

[klomp] /klɒmp/
verb (used without object)
1.
clump (def 6).
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  • 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.
British Dictionary definitions for clomp

clomp

/klɒmp/
noun, verb
1.
a less common word for clump (sense 2), clump (sense 7)
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Word Origin and History for clomp
v.

"to walk as with clogs," 1829, probably a variant of clump (v.). Related: Clomped; clomping.

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