Definition of Flump down
1. Verb. Fall heavily. "The branches flump down from the trees"
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Literary usage of Flump down
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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1846)
"... I up* with my gen'lman pick-a-back, and 1 mis j ниш with ma right into drawing-room, an drops mun flump down all ..."
2. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris, George Grove (1864)
"... before my mother had been a week in the hastily-erected slab-house, the women began to come in, to flump down into a seat, and to tell her all about it. ..."
3. Advance Australia!: An Account of Eight Years' Work, Wandering, and by Harold Finch-Hatton (1885)
"Suddenly he would flump down into a chair with a violence extremely distracting to anyone who happened to be seeking repose within a radius of five yards. ..."