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Alternative clues for the word bam

Crash sound


Sound of impact

"Batman" sound


[all of a sudden!]

"Batman" sound effect

Big hit in the comics

Collision sound

Chef's exclamation, perhaps

It's a hit in the comics


Cartoon hit

Impact sound

Carpenter's sound, at times

Emeril catchword

Catchword of 6-Down

April 1 cigar sound


"Wham ___!"


Blast sound

What may come from a sock?

Punch accompanier


Sound of a belt

"Just like that!"

Sock sound

Sound of a slug


Relative of "POW!"

Comic book sound effect

A mah-jongg tile

Loud sound

Sound of a sudden impact

Loud noise


Noisy town in Iran?

Iranian town that sounds explosive

John Madden exclamation

Dull noise


Word definitions for bam in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
interjection EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES ▪ Just turn it on, and bam , you're ready to go.

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
bam \bam\ (b[a^]m), n. [Prob. a contr. of bamboozle.] An imposition; a cheat; a hoax. --Garrick. To relieve the tedium, he kept plying them with all manner of bams. --Prof. Wilson.

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
interj. 1 Representing a loud noise or heavy impact. 2 Representing a sudden or abrupt occurrence. n. 1 (context Scotland slang English) ned, bampot. 2 (context dated English) An imposition; a cheat; a hoax. vb. 1 (context 1811 slang archaic English) To...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
interjection, imitative of the sound of a hard hit, first recorded 1922 (from 1917 as the sound of an artillery shell bursting). Middle English had a verb bammen "to hit or strike" (late 14c.). A literary work from c.1450 represents the sound of repeated...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Bam or BAM may refer to:

Usage examples of bam.

She had leased more land from Dobie, built a new broodmare barn and a stud bam, purchased ten well-bred broodmares, and leased three more plus a stallion.

Looking down, she saw pombi feet, Fon feet, and Mavin feet all in movement, pom, pom, pom, pom, as the bright music tootled and bammed around them.

A blurry image came into her mind of Jass leading some nigra out of the bam.

So do I, Rachmed Baya Bam, chosen by the Almighty to be the head of the Inner Light Movement.

They heard Rachmed Baya Bam following them, almost running to keep up.

Rachmed Baya Bam, Pruiss had insisted the Indian accompany them to the airport to inspect the arrival.

Furlong County General Hospital for the occasion, and Rachmed Baya Bam helped roll him down the ramps in his wheel chair.

Rachmed Baya Bam insinuated itself over the clearing as he kneaded the useless legs of Wesley Pruiss.

Tons and tons of them, all grown in another town in the Kerman region, the tree-lined twelfth-century citadel of Bam.

Paks hauled dung from the bams twice a day, pitched straw, bedded stalls, carried feed.

There I halt, because a vehicle I've never seen before is parked behind the bam: a customized Chevy van that no doubt isn't charcoal, as it appears to be, for the moonlight alchemizes every color into silver or gray.

Thunder bammed again, the sound so close and splintery this time that Peter jumped.

He knelt in the dirt a moment, tenderly feeling his mouth, while the hundred or so spectators cheered and honked some more and clapped and bammed their hands against their hoods and fenders.

Electricity winked and bammed around us as the rain came in silvery, wind-whipped sheets, heeling us to starboard, obscuring the far markers.

He perceived that she was looking affronted, andadded: "Not bamming you!