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to make a dull sound by or as if by striking a surface with a heavy object

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walk clumsily

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After laying waste to the lounge, I clomped off into the bedroom to cause more mayhem.
There are lots of exciting tales that can be told about the experiences I've had here, from the old chicken with no feet who clomped around, to the attack by the cougar on my old goat who survived the ordeal.
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Full-sized toy soldiers clomped their merry way along the route and Father Christmas, pulled along by real reindeer, gave a cheery yo-ho-ho to one and all.
Thom Fogarty, as a bewitched and bewitching golem figure, clomped about with a coiled spring attached to one shoe (about to spring up to heaven?
Berreket picked me up in a "cultural taxi" (a horse and buggy) and we clomped a couple of miles to the soccer field.
A few minutes later, they clomped down and into the living room, flushed but dressed.
Nurses squeaked by in thick-soled comfort shoes, cowgirls clomped around in work boots, and those who could get away with it wore tennis shoes or some other footwear designed less for success than for casual comfort.
As soon as we clomped up the steps, the first witnesses lunged in and fanned out against the glass separating us from James Clark.
Zaire's President Mobutu Sese Seko, who had been quietly slipping off the main African stage for some time, clomped balefully back into the international spotlight when he unceremoniously bundled thousands of Rwandan and Burundian refugees out of his country.
When I attempted to needle one of their number by suggesting that the following day's flying program would include an unscheduled fly-by of a MiG-21 at 500 ft, my associates found the jibe hysterical, but the Russian clomped off muttering "not funny, not funny" in a heavy Slavic accent.
They're designed for the home do-it-yourselfer,'' Hale said as he strapped on the 18-inch-tall red buckets and clomped about the Pasadena Convention Center.
and nothingarians" who regularly clomped in muddy boots through lovely Elizabeth Monroe's French-style drawing rooms.