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blorp (plural blorps)
- A sound suggesting a splash of or into a volume of semiliquid material.
1941 March, “Voomp Clank Bomp: Name Your Noise and the Movies' Sound Makers Will Give It To You”, in Popular Science, page 106:
- "Lesser artists might have been satisfied with, say, a "blorp." Or with a "squoph." Not Disney's noise trust. They said it must be "voomp." Their only trouble was that "voomp" wasn't among the hundreds of crazy sounds they have catalogued."
- To be deposited with a blorp.
2009, Katharine Weber, True Confections, Random House, Inc., ISBN 0307395863, page 44:
- "If I could clone myself, this was one of the times I would have worked the phones, to make the most of the Blessed Chocolate Virgin, and if I had felt more comfortable in my de facto role as head of the business at that time, I might have tried to get going with a fast production of a Limited-Edition Zip's Blessed Chocolate Virgin, using the Little Sammies production line, with a molded figure replicating that holy object sent by God to Zip's Candies, here on Earth, in New Haven, Connecticut, at the edge of the Quinnipiac River, to blorp out of that striping nozzle onto the Tigermelt belt."