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whop whop whop

sound of a helicopter. Also: ‘wuppa wuppa’‘whumpa-whumpa-whumpa-whumpa’‘whup-whup-whup’‘flac-flac-flac’‘chakk-chackk-chak-chak, chak-a-chak-akk-chk-chk-chk’‘DUBDUBDUBDUBDUBDUBDUB’‘THITH-THITH-THITH’‘batabatabatabata’‘tocotocotocotoco’

woosh

move with a sibilant sound; ” i.e., He whooshed the doors open”.

whump

the sound of colliding bodies, a slamming sound, or the sound of a punch to the jaw, also: bwak, bwok, glok, klam, …

whumpa-whumpa-whumpa-whumpa

sound of a helicopter. Also: ‘whop whop whop’wuppa wuppa’whup-whup-whup’flac-flac-flac’chakk-chackk-chak-chak, chak-a-chak-akk-chk-chk-chk’DUBDUBDUBDUBDUBDUBDUB’THITH-THITH-THITH’batabatabatabata’ÔtocotocotocotocoÕ

whup-whup-whup

sound of a helicopter. Also: ‘whumpa-whumpa-whumpa-whumpa’ ‘whop whop whopwuppa wuppawhup-whup-whupflac-flac-flacchakk-chackk-chak-chak, chak-a-chak-akk-chk-chk-chkDUBDUBDUBDUBDUBDUBDUBTHITH-THITH-THITHbatabatabatabataÔtocotocotocotocoÕ

willet

bird species (Catoptrophorus semipalmatus). a large sandpiper of the interior West (north america) and the ocean beaches, the willet is known by …

Wink

wink /wiNGk/ VerbClose and open one eye quickly, typically to indicate that something is a joke or a secret or as a …