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Meanwhile, Ben sweeps on like the wind, hearkening even in his haste for the welcome "thwack, thwack" of his father's axe.
A thwack upon his shoulders, almost as loud as that of the peel an hour before, sent him half out of bed.
PIPPIN; A WANDERING FLAMELAURA E. RICHARDS
He was stronger than the prince, otherwise there wouldn't have been a table to thwack.
THE PRINCESS ELOPESHAROLD MACGRATH
The Judge raised the strip of leather and brought it down with a resounding thwack across the boy's legs.
AT THE LITTLE BROWN HOUSERUTH ALBERTA BROWN
Jantje and his master turned out of the road, and soon the unmistakable thwack!
WITH STEYN AND DE WETPHILIP PIENAAR
Seizing one of the foresters' pikes the lean-faced man foully swung it down upon Much's pate with a sounding thwack.
ROBIN HOODPAUL CRESWICK
After a few passes Robin feinted, and, catching the other unawares, dealt him a thwack with the flat of his blade.
ROBIN HOODPAUL CRESWICK
The bladders came down with a resounding thwack on the newly-made brethren, during which the Keeper of the Portal opened the door.
THE HERO OF GARSIDE SCHOOLJ. HARWOOD PANTING
Then he struck the calf of his leg a sounding thwack with his cane and gave the information which he had asked for.
JONES OF THE 64THF. S. (FREDERICK SADLEIR) BRERETON
The last thwack of experience would have laid me low just when I was becoming really a prudent man.
SYNONYM OF THE DAYAPRIL 23, 2021

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