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Clomp vs Clunk - What's the difference?

clomp | clunk |


As nouns the difference between clomp and clunk

is that clomp is the sound of feet hitting the ground loudly while clunk is a dull, metallic sound, especially one made by two bodies coming into contact.

As verbs the difference between clomp and clunk

is that clomp is (label) to walk with wooden shoes while clunk is to make such a sound.

Tramp vs Clunk - What's the difference?

tramp | clunk | Related terms |

Tramp is a related term of clunk.


As nouns the difference between tramp and clunk

is that tramp is (pejorative) a homeless person, a vagabond while clunk is a dull, metallic sound, especially one made by two bodies coming into contact.

As verbs the difference between tramp and clunk

is that tramp is to walk with heavy footsteps while clunk is to make such a sound.

Clump vs Clunk - What's the difference?

clump | clunk | Synonyms |

Clump is a synonym of clunk.


As nouns the difference between clump and clunk

is that clump is a cluster or lump; an unshaped piece or mass while clunk is a dull, metallic sound, especially one made by two bodies coming into contact.

As verbs the difference between clump and clunk

is that clump is to form clusters or lumps while clunk is to make such a sound.

Stamp vs Clunk - What's the difference?

stamp | clunk | Related terms |

Stamp is a related term of clunk.


As nouns the difference between stamp and clunk

is that stamp is an act of stamping the foot, paw or hoof while clunk is a dull, metallic sound, especially one made by two bodies coming into contact.

As verbs the difference between stamp and clunk

is that stamp is to step quickly and heavily, once or repeatedly while clunk is to make such a sound.

Clunk vs Bang - What's the difference?

clunk | bang | Related terms |

Clunk is a related term of bang.


As a noun clunk

is a dull, metallic sound, especially one made by two bodies coming into contact.

As a verb clunk

is to make such a sound.

Clunk - What does it mean?

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Clunk vs Clunky - What's the difference?

clunk | clunky |


As a noun clunk

is a dull, metallic sound, especially one made by two bodies coming into contact.

As a verb clunk

is to make such a sound.

As an adjective clunky is

(informal) ungainly; awkward; inelegant; cumbersome.

Clunk vs Chunk - What's the difference?

clunk | chunk |


As nouns the difference between clunk and chunk

is that clunk is a dull, metallic sound, especially one made by two bodies coming into contact while chunk is a part of something that has been separated.

As verbs the difference between clunk and chunk

is that clunk is to make such a sound while chunk is to break into large pieces or chunks.

Clunk vs Flunk - What's the difference?

clunk | flunk |


As verbs the difference between clunk and flunk

is that clunk is to make such a sound while flunk is (us|ambitransitive) of a student, to fail a class; to not pass.

As a noun clunk

is a dull, metallic sound, especially one made by two bodies coming into contact.

Lunk vs Clunk - What's the difference?

lunk | clunk |


As nouns the difference between lunk and clunk

is that lunk is a fool; an idiot; a lunkhead while clunk is a dull, metallic sound, especially one made by two bodies coming into contact.

As a verb clunk is

to make such a sound.

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