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Synonyms for flump

fall heavily

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set (something or oneself) down with or as if with a noise

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The Flumps was a 1980s children's TV series which revolved around the various adventures of a family of furry characters with a penchant for hats
I'm going to watch Hong Kong Phooey, sulk and confiscate their skateboards until they give me my flumps back.
Sean revealed: "Once we had an arguments over Flumps - the marshmallows.
In the ad, the two kids try to test the local ice-cream man's mental arithmetic by asking the price of various combinations of sweets, including flumps, shrimps, cola bottles, sherbet dabs, bubblies, fruit salads and a bottle of ginger.
One of the neighbours in our estate had a big Mr Whippy ice-cream van so kids made a beeline to their door for such luxuries as flumps and cola bottles.
THE Complete Flumps has all 13 original episodes, from Kult Kidz.
And you can step back in time to a much fluffier TV era with The Complete Flumps (Kult Kidz, pounds 10.
Of course, tell them about how you only got to watch daytime TV for an hour after lunch with The Flumps or Bagpuss, but don't be daft and ban the box altogether.
Over the years, Florida Sportsman has covered the ins and outs of the blackfin tuna fishery around the Florida coastline: Places these fish are historically abundant, such as the famous Flumps in the Florida Keys; the shrimp fleet in the Gulf of Mexico; bluewater ledges off Northeast Florida.
If I drag myself out of my writing cupboard after a 16-hour shift and wail, "Oh dear Lord, I look like a haggard, old husk who ate all the flumps," I want to hear an affectionate lie.
Swathes of poster paint daubed across the landscape by a six year old - a landscape where a soundtrack of birdsong and rushing meltwater has finally prevailed over the creaks and flumps of snow.
a full-sized EMT bag flumps onto the ground next to me, followed by a petite woman, who dives right in.
Anya McClure: The Clangers, The Flumps and the Magic Roundabout ?
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