Jean called again and then got out of bed and thudded across the room to her bedside.
They thudded against the heads of the great monsters like hailstones.
His heavy boot, backed by the power of a hundred and ninety pounds of brawn, thudded into the Indian's chest.
Gourlay thudded on the fender, his brow crashing on the rim.
Bullets whistled and thudded about him, and an occasional ricochet sang sharply through the air.
It was heavy, and it thudded and smacked across the old man's face and chest.
An instant later the bulk of a big sorrel flashed into view and thudded toward him.
More big drops of rain splashed and thudded on the roofs and road.
With wide-sprawled wings she thudded down upon the snow-crust, almost under the fox's complacent jaws.
When they thudded down to 78, this proved that the Government had lost the confidence of the country.
Old English þyddan "to strike, thrust," of imitative origin. Sense of "hit with a dull sound" first recorded 1796. The noun is attested from 1510s.