Synonyms of 'thud'
a dull heavy soundShe tripped and fell with a sickening thud.
There was a loud thump as the horse crashed into the van.
Two people in the flat recalled hearing a loud crash about 1.30am.
They heard a knock at the front door.
I end up shouting at him or giving him a smack.
wallop (informal), ,
With a single wallop, Clarke sent him flying.
to make or cause to make such a soundShe ran upstairs, her bare feet thudding on the wood.
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in the sense of clump
to walk or tread heavilyThey went clumping up the stairs to bed.
in the sense of crash
a sudden loud noiseTwo people in the flat recalled hearing a loud crash about 1.30am.
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