Synonyms of thump in English:

thump


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verb

1‘someone thumped him in the back’

SYNONYMS
hit, strike, beat, batter, pound, attack, assault, knock, rap, smack, thwack, slap, pummel, punch, rain blows on, belabour, hammer, cudgel, thrash, bang, drub, welt, cuff, crack, buffet, box someone's ears
informal bash, clobber, clout, clip, wallop, beat the living daylights out of, give someone a beating, give someone a drubbing, give someone a hiding, give someone a good beating, give someone a good drubbing, give someone a good hiding, whack, belt, tan, biff, bop, lay into, pitch into, lace into, let someone have it, knock into the middle of next week, sock, lam, whomp
British informal stick one on, slosh
North American informal boff, bust, slug, light into, whale
Australian, New Zealand informal dong, quilt
literary smite, swinge

2‘her heart thumped with fright’

SYNONYMS
throb, pound, thud, hammer, pulsate, pulse, pump, palpitate, race, beat heavily, go pit-a-pat, pitter-patter, vibrate, drum
literary pant, thrill
rare quop

noun

1‘your father would give you a good thump if you did that’

SYNONYMS
blow, hit, punch, smack, thwack, slap, thrashing, bang, hiding, drubbing, lambasting, welt, cuff, box, crack
informal bash, clobber, clout, clip, wallop, whack, belt, tan, biff, bop, sock, lam, whomp
British informal slosh
North American informal boff, bust, slug, whale
Australian, New Zealand informal dong
dated buffet

2‘she heard a thump like a ball thrown against a wall’

SYNONYMS
thud, clunk, clonk, crash, smash, smack, bang, boom, thunder, wallop
stomp, stamp, clump, clomp
informal wham, whump