Word usage examples
Finally, just when you get the lawn pristine, there is a great whoomp sound and you realize it's autumn again.
What a thrump of joy: not only did she have a considerable talent, but she was fine to behold, too.
Sleeping under a crude lean-to, squashed into a soggy mass between a large, wet husband and an equally large, equally wet nephew, listening to rain thrump on the branches overhead while fending off the advances of a immense and thoroughly saturated dog, is slightly less so.
Each lurch or bounce sent a stabbing pain through his leg, and his head thrumped on the bare wood planking of the coffin.
Everyone, including Thrimp the elf, had his face plastered against the window.
The Professor and Thrimp exchanged theories about lightning, none of which sounded at all likely to Jonathan.
Professor said to Jonathan as Thrimp disappeared through the door which led to the forward compartment, the room with the emerald walls.
Then the Professor began to step through, but Thrimp put a hand on his arm and restrained him.
He followed Twickenham and Thrimp and the Professor over to where the fish was still roasting to pieces.
The airship circled once, and Thrimp pointed out a dark slash at the base of the cliffs.