Definition of Harrumph

1. Interjection. (alternative spelling of harumph) ¹



2. Noun. (alternative spelling of harumph) ¹

3. Verb. (alternative spelling of harumph) ¹

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Definition of Harrumph

1. to make a guttural sound [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Harrumph

harriers
harries
harrington rod insertion
harringtonines
harrisonite
harrow
harrowed
harrower
harrowers
harrowing
harrowing of hell
harrowingly
harrowings of hell
harrows
harrs
harrumph (current term)
harrumphed
harrumpher
harrumphers
harrumphing
harrumphingly
harrumphs
harry
harrying
harse
harses
harsh
harshed
harshen
harshened

Literary usage of Harrumph

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1. Heavens by Louis Untermeyer (1922)
"... grotesquely curved to resemble calla lilies, blared eternity's oldest ethics and its newest advertisements with an impartial clamour. "harrumph! ..."

2. Flowing Gold by Rex Beach (1922)
"He patted Barbara clumsily, and finally cleared his aching throat with a loud "harrumph!" He dashed the tears from his eyes with the heel of one harsh palm, ..."

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