Need another word that means the same as “thumping”? Find 34 synonyms and 30 related words for “thumping” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Thumping” are: banging, humongous, walloping, whopping, enormous, huge, massive, vast, very great, tremendous, substantial, goodly, prodigious, gigantic, giant, terrific, fantastic, colossal, immense, mammoth, monumental, stupendous, gargantuan, elephantine, titanic, mountainous, monstrous, very, positive, downright, clump, clunk, thud, thump
Thumping as a Noun
Definitions of "Thumping" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “thumping” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A heavy blow with the hand.
- A heavy dull sound (as made by impact of heavy objects.
Synonyms of "Thumping" as a noun (4 Words)
|clump||A small, compact group of people.|
They sat on the wall in clumps of two and three.
|clunk||A dull sound such as that made by heavy metal objects striking together.|
Don t let her see what a clunk I m married to.
|thud||A heavy dull sound (as made by impact of heavy objects.|
He hit the floor with a terrific thud.
|thump||A strong heartbeat, especially one caused by fear or excitement.|
Through the wall came the thump of rock music.
Thumping as an Adjective
Definitions of "Thumping" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “thumping” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Pounding or throbbing in a heavy, continuous way.
- Of an impressive size, extent, or amount.
- (used informally) very large.
Synonyms of "Thumping" as an adjective (30 Words)
|banging||Excellent or impressive.|
A beautiful celebrity with a banging bod.
|colossal||So great in size or force or extent as to elicit awe.|
Colossal crumbling ruins of an ancient temple.
|downright||(of something bad or unpleasant) utter; complete (used for emphasis.|
A downright kind of person.
|elephantine||Of, resembling, or characteristic of an elephant or elephants, especially in being large, clumsy, or awkward.|
There was an elephantine thud from the bathroom.
|enormous||Extraordinarily large in size or extent or amount or power or degree.|
The possibilities are enormous.
|fantastic||Extraordinarily good or attractive.|
The film was fantastic.
A gargantuan appetite.
|giant||Used in names of very large animals and plants e g giant hogweed giant tortoise.|
Giant multinational corporations.
|gigantic||Of very great size or extent; huge or enormous.|
A gigantic concrete tower.
|goodly||Large in amount or extent or degree.|
A goodly amount.
|huge||Extremely popular or successful.|
Huge government spending.
A humongous steak.
|immense||Unusually great in size or amount or degree or especially extent or scope.|
At vast or immense expense.
|mammoth||So exceedingly large or extensive as to suggest a giant or mammoth.|
A mammoth corporation.
|massive||Very successful or influential.|
The band are going to be massive.
|monstrous||Having the ugly or frightening appearance of a monster.|
No excess was too monstrous for them to commit.
|monumental||Relating or belonging to or serving as a monument.|
A monumental scale.
|mountainous||Having hills and crags.|
A mountainous dark man.
|positive||Having a positive charge.|
Adopt a positive outlook on life.
|prodigious||Of momentous or ominous significance.|
The stove consumed a prodigious amount of fuel.
|stupendous||So great in size or force or extent as to elicit awe.|
The most stupendous views.
Won by a substantial margin.
|terrific||Of great size, amount, or intensity.|
Fought a terrific battle.
|titanic||Of great force or power.|
A series of titanic explosions.
|tremendous||Extraordinarily good or great; used especially as intensifiers.|
A tremendous fact in human experience that a whole civilization should be dependent on technology.
|vast||Unusually great in size or amount or degree or especially extent or scope.|
The vast reaches of outer space.
|very||Precisely as stated.|
Those were his very words.
|very great||Being the exact same one; not any other.|
A walloping shock.
A whopping great lie.
Usage Examples of "Thumping" as an adjective
- A thumping headache.
- The thumping beat of her heart.
- A thumping loss.
- A thumping great lie.
- Thumping basslines.
- A thumping 64 per cent majority.
Associations of "Thumping" (30 Words)
|aggressor||A confident assertive person who acts as instigator.|
|assailant||A person who physically attacks another.|
The police have no firm leads about the identity of his assailant.
|bang||Leap jerk bang.|
He began to bang the table with his fist.
|beat||Shape by beating.|
His beat is construction property and hotels.
|belabor||Attack verbally with harsh criticism.|
She was belabored by her fellow students.
|bludgeon||Beat someone repeatedly with a bludgeon or other heavy object.|
Maces and spiked bludgeons.
|crump||Explode heavily or with a loud dull noise.|
The crump of shells could be heard hours later.
|hit||Hit against come into sudden contact with.|
The car hit a tree.
|loud||Used chiefly as a direction or description in music loud with force.|
The band played loudly.
|nudge||Prod (someone) gently with one’s elbow in order to attract attention.|
She appreciated the nudge to her memory.
|pang||A sudden sharp feeling.|
A pang of conscience.
|ping||Hit with a pinging noise.|
Ping your machine in the office.
|poignancy||A state of deeply felt distress or sorrow.|
A moment of extraordinary poignancy.
|poke||Prod and stir a fire with a poker to make it burn more fiercely.|
Poke the embers in the fireplace.
|prickle||(of a part of the body) experience a tingling sensation, especially as a result of strong emotion.|
The sound made her skin prickle with horror.
|punch||Drive forcibly as if by a punch.|
He reeled under the well aimed punch.
|pushing||The act of applying force in order to move something away.|
The pushing is good exercise.
|resonant||Serving to bring to mind- Wilder Hobson.|
A full throated and resonant guffaw.
|resounding||Characterized by resonance.|
The evening was a resounding success.
|slap||A sound made or as if made by a slap.|
I put a bit of slap on my face and we were ready to go.
|sound||Announce by means of a sound.|
|spank||Give a spanking to subject to a spanking.|
She was spanked for spilling ink on the carpet.
|stab||A wound made by stabbing.|
She felt a stab of excitement.
|stick||In field hockey the foul play of raising the stick above the shoulder.|
Stick some feathers in the turkey before you serve it.
|thud||Make a dull sound.|
He hit the floor with a terrific thud.
|thundering||Extraordinarily big or impressive.|
A thundering good read.
|twinge||A sudden, sharp localized pain.|
Kate felt a twinge of guilt.