a sharp, forcible or resounding noise
1. a blow, 2. noise of a bird's wing in motion, 3. to strike with something flexible or broad
to fall, collapse, with a dull or heavy sound
1. to flap wings rapidly, 2. to float to and fro
to drink, lick with the tongue
Sound of sticking out one's tongue, especially to lap up something to drink. Popular with cat pictures on the internet.
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bird species name (Colaptes auratus). medium-sized member of the woodpecker family. It is native to most of North America, parts of Central America, Cuba, the Cayman Islands, is one of the few woodpecker species that migrates, and is the only woodpecker that commonly feeds on the ground. The song of the Northern Flicker is a loud wick wick wick wick or (according to some sources) a squeaky flick-a, flick-a as in its name. about this bird
subfamily of birds also called lapwing. Also: any of several related plovers. about this bird. also spelled peewit
smart blow as with the open hand. Find more hit/ punch words
When the fracture of a weak snow layer causes an upper layer to collapse, making a whumpfing sound.
Whumpf has been adopted as a technical avalanche term to describe the sound of a collapsing snowpack when you cross the snow. For instance, "we got a lot of whumpfing today", or "the snowpack whumpfed like rolling thunder just before it released and caught us." Avalanche Encyclopedia
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