Her pregnancy was heralded in the Sun with the headline “wham Bam Sam Cam.”
One day you reach down to pick up a bag, sleep in an awkward position, or fall on the street, and— wham— your back gets injured.
There’s Muslim-baiting imagery borrowed from 24 and an absurd ‘80s nostalgia sing-along that would make the boys from wham!
Sure, the standard carols and tracks by the likes of the Beach Boys, wham!
In a jiffy, I'd be going slippety-sizzle over the edge of the eaves and land with a wham at Poetry's feet.
Why he used to spell “who” wha, and “have” hae, and “whom” wham!
But considere also quod she in wham is blisfulnesse enhabite.
There was a sudden catastrophic whooshing roar and, wham, a tree took flame for roots.
I stepped out between acts for a breath of fresh air, and wham, a sack over the head and here I am.
Is his dochter Jeanie, wham ye intend for my mither's servant, like her father?
"a heavy blow," 1923, of echoic origin.